Meet the Commissioners
Scheme of Delegation and Rules of Procedure
Meet the Team
The Act & Policy
Code of Conduct
Facts and Figures
Creating a New Croft
Crofting Register (RoS)
Register of Crofts
Common Grazings Projects
Forms & Guidance
How to Request Information from Us
Standards of Service
Management Statement/Financial Memorandum
Future of Crofting
Frequently Asked Questions
As a shareholder without stock must I pay my share of the costs for the hire or purchase of a township bull?
Can a non-shareholder be elected to be a member of a Grazings Committee?
Can I put pigs or horses on the common grazings as part of my souming?
Can ordinary shareholders attend meetings of the Grazings Committee?
Does the Grazings Clerk need to be an elected member of the Grazings Committee?
How long can animals remain on the common grazings?
How many animals can I put on the common grazings?
How many persons should form a Grazings Committee?
Is the size of the Committee is decided by the shareholders at the meeting called to appoint a new Grazings Committee.
Should the Commission grant apportionments on unregulated grazings?
What action can be taken when a shareholder is in breach of the Grazings Regulations?
What action should be taken when animals are alleged to be straying in the area of a crofting township?
What happens to the voting rights in a Grazing Committee under a sublet?
What is a common grazings?
What is the status of a bought apportionment?
When will a Grazings Committee be re-elected for our township?
Where a meeting to appoint a grazings committee was properly advertised but the shareholders attending fail to appoint a grazings committee, what can be done to ensure the grazings are properly managed?
Where an individual purchases their croft land, but not the grazing right are they entitled to apply for an apportionment of part of the common grazings under Section 52(4) of the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993?
Who is responsible for fences separating apportionments from common grazings?
Who is responsible for fences separating inbye croft land from common grazings?
Crofters Duties and Statutory Conditions
Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010
Purchase of Croft Land
What is Crofting?
Find out more about this unique crofting system
Find out more about Common Grazings and Common Grazings Committees
Find out about the latest regulatory applications and decisions
Forms & Guidance
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