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(1)This section applies where, in the case of a first registration (other than of a new croft or other than as a result of the taking of the step mentioned in section 4(4)(p))—
(a)the Keeper rectifies the register under section 16(1)(a) to correct a material inaccuracy; and
(b)the register is rectified before the end of the period mentioned in section 12(5) (no application under section 14(1) having been made).
(2)The Keeper must issue a fresh certificate of registration and sections 9(4) to (6), 10, 12 and 14 apply to that certificate as they apply to a certificate of registration issued under section 9(2).
(3)If the rectification of the register was to correct a mistake arising as a consequence of a mistake by the Keeper when making up or amending a registration schedule or making consequential amendments to the register, the Keeper is liable for any costs incurred by any person in connection with complying with section 12.
(4)If the rectification of the register was to correct a mistake arising as a consequence of a mistake made by the Commission when forwarding the application for registration under section 7(3)(b) or when submitting (on their own behalf) an application for registration, the Commission are liable for any costs incurred by any person in connection with complying with section 12.
(5)In this section—
“material inaccuracy” has the meaning given by section 7(8);
“mistake” has the meaning given by section 16(7).
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