Our common land: the law and history of commons and village greens
Open Spaces Society, Mar 1, 1985 - Commons - 110 pages
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An introduction to common land
Distribution of commons
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acquired acres Act of Parliament amended animals appropriate authorised benefit byelaws car parks ceased Chief Commons Commissioner claim Commissioner Baden Fuller common land common rights Commons Act 1876 Commons Registration compulsory purchase order consent County Council county court customary right Dartmoor date of registration decision ln Deed district council Dorset Duchy of Cornwall evidence exchange land exercise exist extinguished fencing grant grazing rights highway inhabitants interests land as common land registration land subject lawful sports ln the Matter lnclosure Acts 1845 lord manor manorial waste Metropolitan Commons National Trust neighbourhood objection offence owner ownership parish council parish or community person powers prescribed prescription procedure provisional registration public access public open space purposes recreation allotments registration authority rights of access rights of common road scheme Secretary soil statutory subject to rights Text town or village Turnworth village green waste land Woodside Green