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The Commons Registration (England) Regulations 2014

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Regulation 21(1)(c)

SCHEDULE 7Persons on whom registration authority must serve notice of an application

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1.  In all cases—

(a)any person who has made a declaration, duly recorded in the register, of entitlement to a right of common over any land comprising the whole or part of the register unit to which the application relates;

(b)any commons council established for, or other body representing the interests of persons with rights of common over, land which includes the land to which the application relates; and

(c)unless the registration authority decides otherwise pursuant to regulation 21(2), any person who is registered as the owner of a right of common in gross which is exercisable over all or part of the land to which the application relates.

2.  Additionally, in the case of an application of a type specified in the first column of the following table, all the persons (other than where that person is the applicant) specified in the corresponding entry in the second column.

Additional persons on whom registration authority must serve notice of application

Type of applicationPersons on whom notice of application must be served

Application—

(a) under section 6 of the 2006 Act, to register the creation of a right of common; or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act, to amend a register in consequence of the creation of a right of common.

1. The owner of the land over which the right of common is or will be exercisable.

2. The owner of the land to which the right of common is or will be attached, or the owner of the right of common in gross, as the case may be.

Application—

(a) under section 7 of the 2006 Act, to register the variation of a right of common; or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act, to amend a register in consequence of the variation of a right of common.

1. The owner of the land over which the right of common is or was exercisable prior to the variation of the right.

2. The owner (if different) of any land over which the right of common became or is to become exercisable in consequence of the variation.

3. The owner of the land to which the right of common is attached, or the owner of the right of common in gross (as the case may be).

Application for the purposes of—

(a) section 8 of the 2006 Act, or

(b) Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act,

to amend a register in consequence of the apportionment of a right of common which is attached to land.

1. Any person also required, in the case of a “primary application” within the meaning given by paragraph 3 or 18 of Schedule 4 to these Regulations, to be notified under the entry in this table relating to that primary application.

2. The owner of any land to which the right of common is attached.

Application under section 10 of the 2006 Act, to register a right of common as attached to land.

1. Any person who is entitled to occupy the land to which the right of common is to be attached.

2. The owner of the land over which the right of common is exercisable.

Application under section 11 of the 2006 Act, to amend a register to re-allocate a right of common which is registered as attached to land.

1. The owner of the land over which the right of common is exercisable.

2. In relation to an application to which section 11(4) of the 2006 Act applies, the authority authorised to effect the compulsory purchase of the relevant part of the land.

Application—

(a) under section 12 of the 2006 Act, to register a transferee as owner of a right of common in gross; or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act, to amend a register in consequence of the transfer of a right of common in gross.

1. The registered owner of the right of common in gross.

2. The transferee or current owner of that right.

Application—

(a) under section 13 of the 2006 Act, to amend a register upon the surrender of a right of common; or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act, to amend a register in consequence of the surrender or extinguishment of a right of common.

1. The owner of the land to which the right of common is or was attached, or the owner of the right of common in gross (as the case may be).

2. The owner of the land over which the right of common is or was exercisable.

Application—

(a) under section 14 of the 2006 Act, and paragraph 8 of Schedule 4 to these Regulations, or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act,

to amend a register in consequence of a statutory disposition.

The owner of any land affected by the application.
Application under section 15(1) of the 2006 Act, to register land as a town or village green.

1. The owner of the land.

2. Any occupier or lessee of the land.

Application under section 19 of the 2006 Act, to correct a register.

1. The owner of any land affected by the application.

2. In relation to an application for the purpose of updating any name or address referred to in an entry, any person to whom that entry refers.

Application—

(a) under Schedule 1 to the 2006 Act, to register a transfer severing a right of common from the land to which it is attached; or

(b) for the purposes of Schedule 3 to the 2006 Act, to amend a register in consequence of a transfer which severed a right of common.

The owner of the land over which the right of common is exercisable.
Application under Schedule 2 to the 2006 Act, to register land not registered, or to deregister land mistakenly registered, under the 1965 Act.

1. The owner of the land to which the application relates.

2. Any occupier or lessee of that land.

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