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3 Management of forestry land.F9E+W+S

(1)The [F1appropriate forestry authority] may manage, plant and otherwise use, for the purpose of the exercise of their functions under this Act, any land [F2F3... in [F4 England or Wales]] placed at their disposal by the Minister under this Act, and—

(a)the power of the [F1appropriate forestry authority] under this subsection to manage and use any land shall, without prejudice to the generality of that power, include power to erect buildings or execute works on the land;

(b)any timber produced on land so placed at the [F5appropriate forestry authority's] disposal shall belong to the [F1appropriate forestry authority].

(2)The [F6appropriate forestry authority] may undertake the management or supervision, upon such terms and subject to such conditions as may be agreed upon, or give assistance or advice in relation to the planting or management, of any woods or forests belonging to any person, including woods and forests under the management of the Crown Estate Commissioners F7... or under the control of a government department, or belonging to a local authority.

(3)The [F8appropriate forestry authority] may—

(a)purchase or otherwise acquire standing timber, and sell or otherwise dispose of any timber belonging to them or, subject to such terms as may be mutually agreed, to a private owner, and generally promote the supply, sale, utilization and conversion of timber;

(b)establish and carry on, or aid in the establishment and carrying on, of woodland industries.

(4)In this section the expression “timber” includes all forest products.

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