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(1)The Keeper must make up and maintain a registration schedule of every croft registered in the register.
(2)The Keeper must enter in the registration schedule—
(a)a description of the land which comprises the croft that must consist of or include a description of it based on the ordnance map or such other map as the Keeper considers appropriate;
(b)the name and designation of, as the case may be—
(i)any tenant of the croft;
(ii)any owner-occupier crofter of the croft;
(iii)any landlord of the croft;
(iv)any owner of the croft;
(c)such other information as the Keeper considers appropriate.
(3)Where the description of the land which comprises a croft (a “later croft”) would include land mentioned in subsection (4) (“registered land”), the Keeper—
(a)may not include the registered land in the description of the later croft entered in the registration schedule of that croft;
(b)may enter a description of the land comprising the later croft which omits the registered land.
(4)The land referred to in subsection (3) is land which is already entered in the registration schedule of—
(b)a common grazing; or
(c)land held runrig,
as part of the description of the land which comprises that other croft, that common grazing or, as the case may be, that land held runrig.
(5)The Keeper must issue, to any person applying, a copy, authenticated as the Keeper considers appropriate, of any registration schedule or any part thereof.
(6)A copy issued under subsection (5) is to be known as an office copy and is to be accepted for all purposes as sufficient evidence of the contents of the original registration schedule.
(7)The Scottish Ministers may, by order, modify subsection (2) so as to add to the matters mentioned there any other matters that they consider should be included in the registration schedule of a croft.
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