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The National Trust for Scotland (Governance etc.) Act 2013

Section 4 – Name of the Trust

19.Section 4 is inserted to make it clear that use of the customary abbreviation, The National Trust for Scotland, is legally valid and is to be considered to be equivalent to use of the full name, the National Trust for Scotland for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty.

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