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and promotes the interests of crofting in Scotland
to secure the future of crofting.
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Review of Apportionment

An application to review an apportionment can be made by the crofter who currently holds the apportionment, the Grazings Committee, or the owner of the Common Grazings.

The Crofting Commission, on review of an apportionment, can decide to either vary or revoke any condition of the apportionment; impose a new condition; bring the apportionment to an end; or decide that no action is required.

Please note, however, this application cannot be used to extend the period of a termed apportionment.  If you are applying to extend the period of a termed apportionment, please use the form titled 'Application for Extension of period of a Termed Apportionment; Section 52(11) of the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993.'

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