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Assessor Seminar 22 November 2012 Hugh Welsh. (1) A description of the land which comprises the croft - must consist of or include a description of it based on the ordnance map or such other map as the Keeper considers appropriate.

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Assessor seminar 22 november 2012 hugh welsh

Assessor Seminar

22 November 2012

Hugh Welsh


Content of the crofting register

(1) A description of the landwhich comprises the croft

- must consist of or include a description of it based on the ordnance map or such other map as the Keeper considers appropriate.

(2) The name and designation of, as the case may be –

- any tenant of the croft

- any owner-occupier crofter of the croft

- any landlord of the croft

- any owner of the croft

(3) Such other information as the Keeper considers appropriate.

Content of the Crofting Register


Application forms consultation

Forms developed in partnership, ROS and CC

Consultation launched 10th July, concluded 17th August

Included details of 7 forms and the accompanying guidance

Plus guidance for preparing croft plans

5 responses received

Application Forms Consultation


Application forms consultation common themes

Merge RoS and CC forms

Simplify/avoid duplication

Applicant signs only once

Revise guidance notes; e.g. Clarification of Party definitions, particularly Owner

Develop FAQs

CC only information (date of birth) to be redacted prior to form going to RoS

Application Forms ConsultationCommon Themes


Crofting reform scotland act 2010

An application for registration must not be accepted by the Keeper if:

(a) it relates to a croft which is not sufficiently described to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the ordnance map or such other map as the Keeper may require.

(b) the information otherwise contained in or accompanying it would not enable the Keeper to make up or, as the case may be, amend the registration schedule of the croft.

(c) in a case where the application relates to a registered croft, the application does not bear a reference to the registration schedule of that croft.

(d) payment of the fee payable in respect of such registration has not been tendered.

Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010


Application lifecycle voluntary registration

Application Lifecycle Voluntary Registration

Applicant completes the Crofting Register form and sends fee & form to CC

CC approves form and confirms info consistent with Register of Crofts

Applicant can appeal to Land Courts at any time

CC sends form/map/fees to RoS for registration

RoS make consequential amendments to common grazings/other croft titles by creating applications for no fee

RoS if content updates Crofting Register & issues certificate to applicant/CC

CC notify interested parties of the 9 month challenge period & applicant publishes notices

Successful appeal to Land Courts who send judgement to RoS to update Crofting Register - no fee applications created and certificates issued


First registration of existing croft

First Registration of Existing Croft

Applicant completes the Crofting Register form and sends fee & form to CC

Applicant completes the Regulatory form and sends fee & form to CC

CC approves form and confirms info consistent with Register of Crofts

CC may not grant consent unless application for First Registration of the croft is submitted within 6 months

CC sends form/map/fees to RoS for registration

CC rejects regulatory application FR stands no need to notify RoS

RoS if content updates Crofting Register & issues certificate to applicant/CC

CC if approved regulatory event sends electronic form to RoS to update Crofting Register & make any consequential amendments - applications created no fee

RoS make consequential amendments to common grazings/other croft titles by creating applications for no fee

RoS issues certificate to applicant/CC/new crofter

CC notify interested parties of the 9 month challenge period & applicant publishes notices

Successful appeal to Land Courts who send judgement to RoS to update Crofting Register - no fee applications created and certificates issued

Applicant can appeal to Land Courts at any time


Subsequent event registered croft

Subsequent Event Registered Croft

Applicant completes the Regulatory form and sends to CC

CC makes regulatory decision

Applicant can appeal to Land Courts at any time

Yes

No

Applicant has period of time to submit application to Crofting Register

No application submitted within period - regulatory application falls

Applicant completes Crofting Register form and send fee & form to CC

CC sends form/map/fee to RoS for registration

RoS make consequential amendments to common grazings/other croft titles by creating applications for no fee

RoS if content updates Crofting Register and issues certificate to applicant and CC

No 9 month challenge period


Online crofting register

Register updated overnight

Accessed via a URL

Free

Anonymous

No password or licence required

Online Crofting Register


Online register homepage

Online Register - Homepage


Search map

Search Map


Search map1

Search Map


Search map2

Search Map


Search by gazetteer

Search by Gazetteer


Search register

Search Register


Registered parties

Registered Parties


Associated common grazing runrig

Associated Common Grazing/Runrig


Referenced areas

Referenced Areas


Contact

Hugh Welsh

Project Manager

Registers of Scotland

[email protected]

Ros.gov.uk

Contact


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