Fife Council Register of Common Good assets

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Description Common good is property owned by a local authority which has been passed down, through local government reorganisation, from former burghs. Those burghs would have received it as a gift or purchased it. The definition of what is and what isn't common good is complex and relies on the interpretation of case law: not all former burgh property is common good. However, it includes land and buildings, and moveable items such as furniture and art. It will normally include a fund of cash, which is made up of investments and income both from rents and disposals of property.
Published 28 Jun 2019 by Fife Council
Type Directories
File size 545 KB
File type Adobe Acrobat PDF
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