A traditional class (b) green1, having arisen by local custom for the benefit of the locality, can only be extinguished in the same way as other customs2 (that is, generally, only under statutory provision3, although it appears that the destruction of the subject matter4 would have the same effect). Class (a) greens5 created by local act and class (c) greens6 created by the Commons Registration Act 1965 or the Commons Act 2006 can only be extinguished by statute or under statutory provision7. Any green which subsisted before the provisions of the Commons Registration
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