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10.—(1) This Regulation applies to the description of any land which is the subject of an application for registration as a town or village green.
(2) Land must be described for the purposes of any application—
(a)by an Ordnance map accompanying the application and referred to in that application; or
(b)in the case of land already registered as common land, if the application relates to the whole of the land in a register unit, by a reference to that register unit.
(3) Any Ordnance map accompanying an application must—
(a)be on a scale of not less than 1:2,500;
(b)show the land to be described by means of distinctive colouring; and
(c)be marked as an exhibit to the statutory declaration in support of the application.
(4) In this regulation, “register unit” has the same meaning as in the General Regulations.
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