A fuel allotment has been defined as an allotment set out as a fuel allotment under an Inclosure Act1, or as land which by any enactment relating to inclosure or any instrument having effect under such an enactment is vested in trustees upon trust that the land or the rents and profits of the land be used for the purpose of providing poor persons with fuel2. Fuel allotments were frequently set out both under private Inclosure Acts and in the early days of the Inclosure Commissioners in the north of England and other hilly regions where there were turbary
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