Compulsory Purchase of Land (Scotland) Regulations 2003 (S.S.I. 446 of 2003). | Land Portal

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The Regulations prescribe the forms in which compulsory purchase orders and general vesting declarations shall be made and also the notices, advertisements and other documents required in connection therewith. They update the various statutory references to those currently in force and omit obsolete material relating to the repealed Community Land Act 1975. The Regulations also amend the forms of compulsory purchase order, notices and general vesting declaration to take account of changes to compulsory purchase procedure made by sections 106 and 109 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003. The principal changes are: (a) to amend the form of compulsory purchase order to make provision for possibilities envisaged by section 106(1) and (2) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003; (b) to amend the various forms of notice to be given under paragraph 3(b) of the First Schedule to the Acquisition of Land (Authorisation Procedure) (Scotland) Act 1947 to take account of the amendments made to that paragraph by section 109 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003; (c) to remove obsolete references.

Implements: Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (1997 Chapter 8). (1997-02-27)

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