Commons (Deregistration and Exchange Orders) (Interim Arrangements) (Wales) Regulations 2012 (S.I. No. 740 (W.100) of 2012). | Land Portal

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These Regulations specify the manner in which a registration authority must amend the registers which it maintains pursuant to the Commons Registration Act 1965, when it receives an order under section 17 of the Commons Act 2006. Where an application for is deregistration of land as common land or as a town or village green, and registration of other land in replacement is granted, section 17(1) and (2) of the 2006 Act requires the Welsh Ministers to make an order directing the commons registration authority to amend its register of common land or town or village greens accordingly.

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

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