Deregistration and Exchange of Common Land and Greens (Procedure) (Wales) Regulations 2012 (S.I. No. 738 (W.98) of 2012). | Land Portal

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These Regulations make provision with respect to the procedure for applications for the deregistration, or the deregistration and exchange, of land registered in a register of common land or a register of town or villagegreens. Applications under section 16 of the Commons Act 2006 for deregistration must be made to the Welsh Ministers. The Regulations also provide for the management and determination of applications, including provision for representations, holding site inspections and hearings or inquiries in appropriate cases.

Implements: Commons Act 2006 (Chapter 26). (2006-07-19)

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