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
Crofters Duties and Statutory Conditions
Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010
Can the landlord of part of a vacant croft apply for the Commission’s consent to divide the land they own from the remainder of the croft?
If a crofter obtained title to their whole croft comprising in bye land and an apportionment, would they have to apply for Commission consent to divide the croft prior to transferring the part comprising the apportionment to another party?
In a situation where a croft is owned and the owner wishes to transfer the croft to two or more people, is the consent of the Commission required to divide the croft prior to the transfer?
Is it competent for the executor of an owner-occupier crofter to submit an application for consent to divide the owner-occupied croft?
What is the position where a tenant has brought part of his/her croft so that he/she is part owner, part tenant. If he sells the whole of the owned part, is that now a division requiring Commission consent?
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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