The Commons Registration Act 1965 required town and village greens to be registered under that Act, and unless they were so registered they were deemed not to be a town or village green1. However, provision was made for registration of land becoming a town or village green subsequent to the closing date for the lodging of applications for registration2. Failure to register a class (a) or class (b) green under the Commons Registration Act 1965 led to its extinction3, and even if the same land subsequently became registrable
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