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The Commons (Registration of Town or Village Greens) and Dedicated Highways (Landowner Statements and Declarations) (England) Regulations 2013

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6.—(1) The register must be kept in both electronic and paper form.

(2) The paper version of the register must be kept at the relevant office of the commons registration authority.

(3) The register may be kept in parts so that each part—

(a)relates to land within—

(i)a particular ward or parish; or

(ii)a particular non-metropolitan district, where the commons registration authority is the council of a county; and

(b)contains the information referred to in regulation 5(1) relating to each map and statement deposited in respect of such land.

(4) In respect of the electronic version of the register, the commons registration authority must—

(a)make the register available for inspection by the public on its website or on a website maintained by the commons registration authority for that purpose;

(b)make provision for the register to be inspected at the relevant office of the commons registration authority; and

(c)ensure that the register has a search facility which allows, as a minimum, postcode and keyword searches to be made.

(5) The commons registration authority must keep the register in such manner as is suitable to enable a copy of any of the particulars contained on the register to be taken by or for any person who requests a copy in person at the relevant office of the commons registration authority.

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