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NPACA1949 S49 PDF Print E-mail

the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949   (c.97)

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49.   Acceptance of new paths created by dedication.

  Section twenty-three of the Highway Act, 1835 (which provides that such highways as are therein mentioned shall not become repairable by the inhabitants at large unless certain conditions are complied with on the dedication thereof) shall apply to any public path dedicated after the commencement of this Act otherwise than in pursuance of a public path agreement.




this section REPEALED by ;
Highways Act 1959 sched.25
London Government Act 1963 sched.6



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