Abolition of feudal tenure etc scotland act 2000 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 19 january 2019 there are changes that may be brought into force at a future date. The abolition of feudal tenure etc scotland act 2000 was a land reform enforced by an act of the scottish parliament that was passed by the scottish parliament on 3 may 2000 and received royal assent on 9 june 2000. The text of this internet version of the explanatory notes is published by the queens printer for scotland has been prepared to reflect the text in printed form and as published by the stationery office limited as the explanatory notes to the national parks scotland act 2000 isbn 0 10 591013 9. This memorandum relates to the abolition of feudal tenure etc scotland bill sp bill 4 as introduced in the scottish parliament on 6 october 1999 sp bill 4 en 3 session 1 1999 7 certain other archaic forms of land tenure and payments will be abolished entails already defunct in practice will also be abolished. This briefing is intended to provide general guidance on how the abolition of feudal tenure etc scotland act 2000 affects you as the owner of land or property it is written as far as possible in a way which that should make it easy to understand in general as opposed to strictly legal terms
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