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
Breach of Duty - Who can ask the Commission to carry out an investigation of a suspected breach of duty?
Could you provide clarification of the respective positions of tenant crofters and owner-occupier crofters in terms of duties and enforcement provisions?
How can I notify the Commission of a suspected Breach of Duty?
How does the Commission become involved in a Breach of Duty investigation?
How strictly will the residency limit be applied?
I am considering purchasing/tenanting a croft and propose to make it my main residence. The croft cannot solely support me and I need to work outwith the community. How does this dovetail with crofting regulation?
In cases of misuse and neglect what happens if the owner is asked to let? Does the new tenant have full rights?
Should a tenant apply for approval for purposeful use established prior to 1st October?
What are the duties a crofter may be in breach of?
A crofter can be in breach of:Residency duty; Duty not to misuse or neglect the croft; Duty to cultivate and maintain the croft
What does Duty to Cultivate and Maintain mean and how will the Commission define these terms?
What is misuse and neglect?
When the Land Court issue an Order under Section 5A(2) that a breach of statutory conditions be remedied, do they make provision for monitoring compliance with the order?
Who can submit a report to the Crofting Commission of a suspected Breach of Duty?
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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