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For subsection (5) of section twenty-four of the Act of 1911 shall be substituted the following subsection:—
“(5)(a)The Land Court may, on the application of the landlord, or landlords,or any landholder, and on such conditions as they consider equitable,apportion a common pasture or grazing into separate parts for theexclusive use of the several townships or persons interested, eitheras arable ground or as pasture, or as sites for houses or other buildings, if satisfied that such apportionment is for the good of the estate or estates, and of the holdings or tenancies concerned.
(b)The Land Court may, on the like application, or on the application of the Board, and on the like conditions, admit new holders to participate in a common pasture or grazing occupied by existing landholdrs, statutory small tenants, or others, or apportion a common pasture or grazing for the exclusive use of new holders, either in common or individually, and either as arable ground or pasture, or as sites for houses or other buildings, if satisfied that such apportionment is for the good of the estate or estates and of the holdings or tenancies concerned.
(c)The Land Court may, on the application of the Board, and on the like conditions, grant pasture or grazing rights on a common pasture or grazing to cottars who have been in use to pasture or graze stock thereupon.”
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