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The Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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Rate of payment of less favoured area support

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11.—(1) Where for the purposes of regulation 8, the grazing category of land, as specified in Schedule 3, is A or B, the rate of payment of less favoured area support for the purposes of regulation 7 is the rate per hectare of the unadjusted payable area set out in the entry in the second column in Part I (More Disadvantaged Land) of Schedule 5 corresponding to the fragility category in the first column of that Part of that Schedule applicable to the applicant in terms of paragraph (3).

(2) Where, for the purposes of regulation 8, the grazing category of land, as specified in Schedule 3, is C or D, the rate of payment of less favoured area support for the purposes of regulation 7 is the rate per hectare of the unadjusted payable area set out in the entry in the second column in Part II (Less Disadvantaged Land) of Schedule 5 corresponding to the fragility category in the first column of that Part of that Schedule applicable to the applicant in terms of paragraph (3).

(3) For the purposes of paragraphs (1) and (2), the fragility category applicable to the applicant is determined by the code of the parish in which the main farm of the applicant is situated as set out in Schedule 6.

(4) For the purpose of paragraph (3), the code of the parish in which the main farm is situated is the first digit or the first two or three digits as appropriate of the applicant’s main farm code.

(5) For the purposes of this regulation, “main farm code” means the code attributed by the Scottish Ministers to the farm which the applicant considers is the applicant’s main farm for the purposes of the applicant’s single application.

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