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1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Crofting Community Body (Prescribed Form of Application and Notice) (Scotland) Regulations 2009, and come into force on 15th June 2009.
(2) In these Regulations–
“the Act” means the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003;
“crofting community body” has the same meaning as in section 71 of the Act;
“eligible additional land” has the same meaning as in section 70(4) of the Act;
“eligible croft land” has the same meaning as in section 68(2) of the Act;
“eligible sporting interests” has the same meaning as in section 70(4) of the Act;
“interest of the tenant” has the same meaning as in section 69A(3)(1) of the Act; and
“tenanted land” has the same meaning as in section 69A(1) of the Act.
2. An application by a crofting community body under section 73(2) of the Act–
(a)for consent to buy eligible croft land, eligible additional land or eligible sporting interests; or
(b)(as read with section 69A(2) of the Act), for consent to buy the interest of the tenant in tenanted land,
shall be submitted to Ministers in, or as near as may be in, the form of application specified in Schedule 1.
3. Ministers must notify their decision under section 82 of the Act on an application to buy eligible croft land, eligible additional land, eligible sporting interests or the interest of the tenant in tenanted land in, or as near as may be in, the form of notice specified in Schedule 2.
4. The Crofting Community Body Form of Application for Consent to Buy Croft Land etc. and Notice of Ministers' Decision (Scotland) Regulations 2004(2) are hereby revoked.
Authorised to sign by the Scottish Ministers
St Andrew’s House,
23rd April 2009
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