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The Croft House Grant (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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2.  In these Regulations–

“the Act of 1993” means the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993;

“applicant” means a crofter, cottar or eligible occupier who has applied for, or has been awarded, a grant, under these Regulations;

“cottar” has the same meaning as in section 12(5) of the Act of 1993;

“crofter” means the tenant of a croft;

“croft” has the same meaning as in section 3(1) of the Act of 1993;

“eligible occupier” means the owner occupier of a croft which was acquired from the landlord not more than 7 years before a grant application was received by the Scottish Ministers;

“grant” means such assistance by way of grant as is mentioned in regulation 3;

“high level priority area” means an area which has been identified from time to time as such by the Geographical Targeting Panel established by the Scottish Ministers for this purpose and which attracts the high level of grant as defined in regulation 4 of these Regulations;

“low level priority area” means an area which has been identified from time to time as such by the said Geographical Targeting Panel and which attracts the low level of grant as defined in regulation 4 of these Regulations;

“operation” means the erection of a dwellinghouse or any of the eligible rebuilding and improvement operations specified in Schedule 1 to these Regulations, the cost of which must not be not less than £10,000;

“standard priority area” means an area which has been identified from time to time as such by the said Geographical Targeting Panel and which attracts the standard level of grant as defined in regulation 4 of these Regulations.

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