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Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000

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Summary of the regulatory appraisal

246.It is not thought that a Regulatory Impact Assessment is required. No superior is obliged to register a notice to preserve a feudal burden as a neighbour burden or to reserve the right to claim compensation in respect of a development value burden. Each superior has to reach a judgement on whether to do so, in which case the cost, among other things, will be a factor.

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