The Secretary of State1, the Welsh Ministers2, the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England ('the Commission')3 and any local authority4 are under a duty to maintain5 any monument6 which is under their guardianship by virtue of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 19797; and, subject to any provision to the contrary in the guardianship deed8, have full control and management of any such monument9. With a view to fulfilling their duty to maintain a monument of which they are the guardians, the Secretary of State, the Welsh Ministers, the Commission and any local authority have power, subject
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