The Commons Registration Act 1965 made provision for the registration of all common land1 and town or village greens2 in England and Wales, together with the rights of common3 claimed over them and the ownership of them4. In the absence of registration, no land capable of being registered (apart from land newly becoming a common or green5) may be deemed to be common land or a town or village green; and no rights of common are exercisable over any such land unless they are registered6.
The Commons Registration Act 1965 is in the process of being repealed and replaced by
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