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SCHEDULE 2SPERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION

(introduced by section 6)

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I1Sch. 2 in force at 30.11.2012 by S.S.I. 2012/288, art. 3(1)(b)(2), Sch. 1 Pt. 2

I2Sch. 2 in force at 30.11.2013 by S.S.I. 2012/288, art. 3(1)(c)

TABLE 1

First registration

StepPerson
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(a)The crofter making the application
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(b)The crofter who is the tenant of the croft at the time the application is made
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(c)The crofter making the application
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(d)(i)

Where—

(a)

the application is made by a crofter, the crofter;

(b)

the application is made by an executor under section 10(4A) of the 1993 Act, the executor

The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(d)(ii)The owner-occupier crofter making the application
The giving of a notice as mentioned in section 4(4)(e)The person who gave notice in accordance with subsection (2) or (2A) of section 10 of the 1993 Act
The giving of a notice as mentioned in section 4(4)(f)The person by whom the tenancy of the croft is transferred
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(g)The landlord making the application
The making of an order as mentioned in section 4(4)(h)The relevant person (within the meaning of section 21A(6) of the 1993 Act) who applied for the order
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(i)The landlord making the application
The re-letting of a croft as mentioned in section 4(4)(j)The person to whom the croft is re-let
The letting of a croft as mentioned in section 4(4)(k)The person to whom the croft is let
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(l)(i)The landlord making the application
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(l)(ii)The landlord making the application
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(l)(iii)The crofter making the application
The division of a croft as mentioned in section 4(4)(m)The Commission
The letting of a croft as mentioned in section 4(4)(n)The person to whom the croft is let
[F1The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(l)(iia)The owner-occupier crofter making the application]
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(o)The owner-occupier crofter making the application
The preparation of a reorganisation scheme as mentioned in section 4(4)(p)The Commission
The making of an application as mentioned in section 4(4)(q)The crofter making the application
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Amendments (Textual)

F1Words in Sch. 2 inserted (retrospective to 1.10.2011) by Crofting (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2013 (asp 10), ss. 3, 6, Sch. para. 2(6)(a)

TABLE 2

Registration of registered crofts

StepPerson
The enlargement of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(a)The crofter who applied for the direction enlarging the croft under section 4(4) of the 1993 Act
The exchange of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(b)The exchanging crofters jointly
The assignation of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(c)The person to whom the croft is assigned
The division of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(d)(i)

Where—

(a)

the application for division was made by a crofter, the crofter;

(b)

that application was made by an executor under section 10(4A) of the 1993 Act, the executor

The division of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(d)(ii)The owner-occupier crofter who applied for the division
The giving of a notice as mentioned in section 5(3)(e)The person who gave notice in accordance with subsection (2) or (2A) of section 10 of the 1993 Act
The transfer of a crofter's interest in a lease of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(f)The executor who gave notice under section 11(2) of the 1993 Act
The giving of authorisation as mentioned in section 5(3)(g)The landlord who applied for that authorisation
The granting of an extension of the period for which resumption of a croft is authorised as mentioned in section 5(3)(h)The landlord who applied under section 20(1C) of the 1993 Act for that extension
The making of a determination as mentioned in section 5(3)(i)The landlord who applied for that determination
The making of an order as mentioned in section 5(3)(j)The person who applied for that order
The letting of the croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(k)(i)The landlord who applied for approval to the letting
The re-letting of the croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(k)(ii)The landlord whose proposals for re-letting were approved under section 23(5ZB) of the 1993 Act
The letting of the croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(k)(iii)The person to whom the croft is let
The letting of the croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(k)(iv)The person to whom the croft is let
The making of a direction as mentioned in section 5(3)(l)The [F2person] who applied for the direction
The division of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(m)The Commission
The letting of a croft as mentioned in section 5(3)(n)The person to whom the croft is let
The preparation of a reorganisation scheme as mentioned in section 5(3)(o)The Commission
The apportionment of a part of a common grazing as mentioned in section 5(3)(p)The crofter who applied for the apportionment
The bringing to an end of an apportionment as mentioned in section 5(3)(q)The person who applied under section 52(12) of the 1993 Act
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Amendments (Textual)

F2Word in Sch. 2 substituted (retrospective to 1.10.2011) by Crofting (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2013 (asp 10), ss. 3, 6, Sch. para. 2(6)(b)

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