Recreation allotments1 were in the first instance to be fenced2 and, if necessary, drained and levelled by the valuer, the expense being part of the expense of the inclosure3. The local authority in which the powers and duties in this respect are now vested4 is required to maintain and repair the fences and to keep the surface drained and level5, these works being funded either by application of the rents received for letting the grass and herbage of the allotment6, or out of the council tax7, or otherwise8
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