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This is an essential tool for everyone who works with or advises crofters or landlords on their respective rights and duties under the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993.The detailed annotations to each section of the Act, which are at the core of the book, include reference to relevant case law, thus providing the practitioner with ready access to the judicial decisions affecting crofting.In addition to the annotations, there are chapters on the historical origins of the Act; the definition of the 'croft' and its pertinents; common grazings; and the Scottish Land Court and its procedures.Crofting Law is an immensely practical book. It also provides a foundation for informed debate on future crofting legislation. Previously T & T Clarke publication.