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Crofting law has recently been subject to substantial reforms as part of the Scottish Government’s land reform programme.
Developments include the renaming and reorganisation of the Crofters Commission; the introduction of a registration system for crofts, common grazings and land held runrig in them; and provision for decrofting by owner-occupier crofters.
The authors draw on their experience to provide this accessible and practical guide through the complex web of legislation. This new text is the first to cover the Crofting Reform etc Act 2007, the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010, and the Crofting (Amendment) (Scotland) Act 2013.
Derek Flyn, Solicitor, is crofting law consultant to Inksters and Keith Graham is the former Principal Clerk to the Scottish Land Court