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The Commons Registration (England) Regulations 2014

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Regulation 17(4)

SCHEDULE 5Application of a type and purpose for which registration authorities may not specify a fee

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Provision under which, or for the purposes of which, the application is madePurpose of application
section 6 of the 2006 Actcreation of a right of common resulting in the registration of new common land
section 7 of the 2006 Actvariation of a right of common resulting in the registration of new common land
section 10 of the 2006 Actattachment of a right of common
section 15(1) of the 2006 Actregistration of a new town or village green other than by the owner
section 15(8) of the 2006 Actregistration of a new town or village green by the owner
section 19 of the 2006 Actcorrection, for the purpose of section 19(2)(a) (of a mistake made by the registration authority)
section 19 of the 2006 Actcorrection, for a purpose described in section 19(2)(c)
Schedule 2, paragraph 2 or 3, to the 2006 Actnon-registration of common land or town or village green
Schedule 2, paragraph 4, to the 2006 Actwaste land of a manor not registered as common land
Schedule 2, paragraph 5, to the 2006 Acttown or village green wrongly registered as common land
Schedule 3, paragraph 2, to the 2006 Act: application made during the transitional application period

for any of the following purposes –

creation of a right of common;

surrender or extinguishment of a right of common;

variation of a right of common;

apportionment of a right of common (to facilitate any other purpose);

severance of a right of common;

transfer of a right in gross;

statutory disposition (including the exchange of land for land subject to a statutory disposition)

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