Commentary

48 Convening meetings

COMMONS vol 6(1)B
| Commentary

48 Convening meetings

| Commentary

48 Convening meetings

A meeting for the purposes of the Commons Act 1908 may be convened in respect of any common by the Secretary of State1 upon the application2 of any three persons claiming to be entitled to turn out animals on the common, or of the council of the county in which any part of the common is situated3.

The meeting is convened by a notice stating generally the object of the meeting and specifying the day (not being less than 21 clear days after the date of the notice) and hour and place of the meeting, and the notice

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