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The Community Right to Buy (Abandoned, Neglected or Detrimental Land) (Compensation) (Scotland) Order 2018

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This Order provides the procedure under which claims for compensation under Part 3A of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 (“the Act”) may be made.

Article 2(1) provides that a claim for compensation under section 97T(1)(a), (b) or (c) of the Act must be submitted at the registered office of the community body, where the community body is liable to pay any compensation due under the Act.

Article 2(2) provides that a claim for compensation under section 97T(3) of the Act must be submitted to Scottish Ministers where they are liable to pay any compensation under the Act.

Article 2(3) provides the timescales within which a claim for compensation must be submitted to a community body.

Article 2(4) provides the timescale within which a claim for compensation must be submitted to Scottish Ministers.

Article 2(5) provides that a claim for compensation as mentioned in article 2(1) or (2) must specify which paragraph of section 97T(1) of the Act the loss or expense falls and that a claim must be fully vouched.

Article 2(6) provides that the period of time after which any question as to whether any compensation is payable or as to the amount of any compensation may be referred to the Lands Tribunal under section 97T(5) of the Act is 60 days beginning with the date of submission of the claim for compensation.

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