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(1)In this section “The National Trust” means The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty.
(2)Except as provided by section 3 of this Act, nothing in this Act shall prejudice or derogate from any of the provisions of the National Trust Acts 1907 to 1953 or any byelaw made thereunder.
(3)No byelaws made by the verderers under the New Forest Acts 1877 to 1949 or by the Forestry Commissioners under [F1section 46 of the M1Forestry Act 1967] and for the time being in force shall take away or injuriously affect any estate, interest, right of common or other right in, over or affecting any land held by The National Trust within the added areas without the consent of The National Trust.
(4)In carrying out their duties under section 2(2) of this Act in relation to lands held by The National Trust within the added areas over which rights of common of pasture exist or over which a privilege of pasture was exercisable of 1st December 1963, the Forestry Commissioners shall not designate any lands without the consent of The National Trust, but such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld and if any dispute arises as to whether such consent had been unreasonably withheld the matter shall be determined by the Minister.
(5)In exercising their powers under section 3(2) of this Act in relation to lands held by The National Trust the verderers shall provide to the satisfaction of The National Trust sufficient stiles to permit reasonable public access to such lands on foot.
(6)The verderers shall not exercise their powers under section 3(4) or 3(6) of this Act on lands held by The National Trust without the consent of The National Trust.
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