14Section 21 applies to an amendment to the registration schedule of a common grazing, or to an amendment to the register relating to a common grazing, as it applies to an amendment to the registration schedule of a croft, or as the case may be, to an amendment to the register relating to a croft with the following modifications—S
(a)in subsection (1)—
(i)for “croft or owner-occupied croft” substitute “ common grazing ”;
(ii)for “5(1)” substitute “ 25(1) ”;
(b)in subsection (2), for “the crofter, or as the case may be owner-occupier crofter, of the croft” substitute “ the owner of the common grazing and to any grazings committee, or grazings constable, of the common grazing ”;
(c)subsection (3) is omitted;
(d)in subsection (4)—
(i)“26K(9)” is omitted;
(ii)in paragraph (a), for “croft” substitute “ common grazing ”.
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