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5(1)This paragraph applies to any heritable property or right in Scotland which is transferred to any of the Boards by or under the principal sections or this Schedule; and in this paragraph “transferred heritage” means any property or right to which this paragraph applies, and “vesting provision”, in relation to any transferred heritage, includes such of the provisions of the principal sections or of this Schedule, and such of the directions given and orders made thereunder and the agreements made in pursuance thereof as effect the transfer.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)In relation to any transferred heritage the vesting provision shall have effect for the purposes of any enactment relating to the completion of title to land or heritable rights as if it were a general disposition or assignation of the transferred heritage granted by the Commission in favour of the Board in question on the vesting date or, if the vesting provision takes effect on a subsequent date, on that subsequent date.
(3)Where any transferred heritage is immediately before the vesting date, or becomes at any time thereafter, the subject of a lease granted by the Commission, or, as the case may be, the Board to whom the heritage is transferred, the lease shall not be challengeable (notwithstanding any rule of law to the contrary effect) on the ground that the Commission, or, as the case may be, the Board, were not at the time of the granting of the lease infeft in the transferred heritage.
(4)This paragraph shall apply to any heritable property or right in Scotland transferred to two or more of the Boards jointly or to the Holding Company as it applies to any such property or right transferred to a Board, and references therein to a Board shall be construed accordingly.
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