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(1)The Keeper must complete registration—
(a)in the case of a first registration, by making up a registration schedule for the croft in the register in accordance with section 11;
(b)in the case of a registered croft, by making such amendment as is necessary to the registration schedule of the croft;
(c)in either case, by making such consequential amendments in the register as are necessary.
(2)Where the Keeper completes a first registration under subsection (1), the Keeper must issue to the applicant a certificate, authenticated as the Keeper considers appropriate—
(a)confirming the registration;
(b)(except where the first registration is of a new croft or is as a result of the taking of the step mentioned in section 4(4)(p)), noting that the registration may be challenged under section 14(1);
(c)containing such other information as the Keeper considers appropriate.
(3)Where, by virtue of being the applicant, the Commission receive a certificate under subsection (2), they must send a copy of the certificate to the crofter or owner-occupier crofter of the croft to which the certificate relates.
(4)When issuing a certificate under subsection (2) (other than one relating to the first registration of a new croft or a first registration as a result of the taking of the step mentioned in section 4(4)(m) or (p)), the Keeper must at the same time send a copy of it to the Commission.
(5)A certificate issued under subsection (2) is to be accepted for all purposes as sufficient evidence of the registration of the croft.
(6)In this Part, “certificate of registration” means a certificate issued under subsection (2).
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