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The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A - Wikiso... http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preservation_of_Places_of_Interest... The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty From Wikisource The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty by Robert Hunter Appendix A Appendix B→ related portals: Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. APPENDIX A. THE ANCIENT MONUMENT PROTECTION ACTS. ANCIENT MONUMENTS PROT
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  The Preservation of Places of Interest orBeauty/Appendix A < The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty  related portals: Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. From Wikisource The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty   by Robert Hunter  Appendix A Appendix B → APPENDIX A. THE ANCIENT MONUMENT PROTECTION ACTS.ANCIENT MONUMENTS PROTECTION ACT, 1882. [45 & 46 V ICT . C H . 73.]1. This Act may be cited for all purposes as the Ancient Monuments Protection Act, 1882.2. The owner of any ancient monument to which this Act applies may, by deed under his hand,constitute the Commissioners of Works in this Act mentioned the guardians of such monument.Where the Commissioners of Works have been constituted guardians of a monument, they shallthenceforth, until they shall receive notice in writing to the contrary from any succeeding owner notbound by such deed as aforesaid, maintain such monument, and shall, for the purpose of suchmaintenance, at all reasonable times by themselves and their workmen have access to such monumentfor the purpose of inspecting it, and of bringing such materials and doing such acts and things as maybe required for the maintenance thereof.The owner of an ancient monument of which the Commissioners of Works are guardians shall, save asin this Act expressly provided, have the same estate, right, title, and interest, in and to suchmonument, in all respects, as if the Commissioners had not been constituted guardians thereof.The expressions maintain and maintenance include the fencing, repairing, cleansing, covering in,or doing any other act or thing which may be required for the purpose of repairing any monument orprotecting the same from decay or injury. The cost of maintenance shall, subject to the approval of Her Majesty‘s Treasury, be defrayed from moneys to be provided by Parliament.3. The Commissioners of Works, with the consent of the Treasury, may purchase out of any moneyswhich may for that purpose be from time to time provided by Parliament any ancient monument towhich this Act applies, and with a view to such purchase the Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts shallbe incorporated with this Act, with the exception of the provisions which relate to the purchase andtaking of lands otherwise than by agreement. In construing the said Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts The Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A - Wikiso...http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preservation_of_Places_of_Interest...1 de 808/05/2013 22:04  for the purposes of this Act, this Act shall be deemed to be the special Act, and the Commissioners of Works shall be deemed to be the promoters of the undertaking.4. Any person may by deed or will give, devise, or bequeath to the Commissioners of Works all suchestate and interest in any ancient monument to which this Act applies as he may be seised orpossessed of, and it shall be lawful for the Commissioners of Works to accept such gift, devise, orbequest if they think it expedient so to do.5. The Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury shall appoint one or more inspectors of ancientmonuments, whose duty it shall be to report to the Commissioners of Works on the condition of suchmonuments, and on the best mode of preserving the same, and there may be awarded to the inspectorsso appointed such remuneration and allowance for expenses, out of money provided by Parliament, asmay be determined by the Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Treasury.6. If any person injures or defaces any ancient monument to which this Act applies, such person shall,on summary conviction, be liable, at the discretion of the court by which he is tried, to one of thefollowing penalties; (that is to say,)(1.) To forfeit any sum not exceeding ive pounds, and in addition thereto to pay such sum as the courtmay think just for the purpose of repairing any damage which has been caused by the offender;or,(2.) To be imprisoned with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding one month.The owner of an ancient monument shall not be punishable under this section in respect of any actwhich he may do to such monument, except in cases where the Commissioners of Works have beenconstituted guardians of such monument, in which case the owner shall be deemed to haverelinquished his rights of ownership so far as relates to any injury or defacement of such monument,and may be dealt with as if he were not the owner.7. Offences and penalties under this Act shall be prosecuted and recovered in manner provided by theSummary Jurisdiction Acts. The expression Summary Jurisdiction Acts —(1.) As regards England, has the same meaning as in the Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879; and(2.) As regards Scotland, means the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Acts, 1884 and 1881; and(3.) As regards Ireland, means, within the police district of Dublin metropolis, the Acts regulating thepowers and duties of justices of the peace for such district or of the police of such district; andelsewhere in Ireland, the Petty Sessions (Ireland) Act, 1851, and any Act amending the same.In England any person aggrieved by any decision of the court acting under the Summary JurisdictionActs may appeal to a court of general or quarter sessions.8. The expression The Commissioners of Works means as respects Great Britain the Commissionersof Her Majesty's Works and Public Buildings, and as respects Ireland the Commissioners of PublicWorks in Ireland.Each of the said bodies, that is to say, the Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Works and PublicBuildings as respects Great Britain and the Commissioners of Public Works as respects Ireland, shallbe incorporated by their said names respectively, and shall have perpetual succession and a commonseal, and may purchase or acquire by gift, will, or otherwise, and hold without licence in mortmain,any land or estate or interest in land for the purposes of this Act; and any conveyance, appointment,devise, or bequest of land, or any estate, or interest in land under this Act to either of the said bodies,shall not be deemed te be a conveyance, appointment, devise, or bequest to a charitable use within themeaning of the Acts relating to charitable uses. In the case of an ancient monument in Scotland, a he Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A - Wikiso...http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preservation_of_Places_of_Interest...de 808/05/2013 22:04  duplicate of any report made by any inspector under this Act to the Commissioners of Works shall beforwarded to the Board of Trustees for Manufactures in Scotland, and it shall be the duty of theCommissioners of Works, in relation to any such monument, to take into consideration anyrepresentations which may be made te them by the said Board of Trustees for Manufactures.9. The following persons shall be deemed to be owners of ancient monuments for the purposes of this Act; that is to say,(1.) Any person entitled for his own benefit, at law or in equity, for an estate in fee, to the possessionor receipt of the rents and profits of any freehold or copyhold land, being the site of an ancientmonument, whether such land is or not subject to incumbrances:(2.) Any person absolutely entitled in possession, at law or in equity, for his own benefit, to abeneficial lease of land, being the site of an ancient monument, of which not less than forty-fiveyears are unexpired, whether such land is or not subject to incumbrances; but no lease shall bedeemed to be a beneficial lease, within the meaning of this Act, if the rent reserved thereonexceeds one third part of the full annual value of the land demised by such lease:(3.) Any person entitled under any existing or future settlement, at law or in equity for his own benefitfor the term of his own life or the life of any other person, to the possession or receipt of the rentsand profits of land of any tenure, being the site of an ancient monument, whether subject or notto incumbrances in which the estate for the time being subject to the trusts of the settlement is anestate for lives or years renewable for ever, or is an estate renewable for a term of not less thansixty years, or is an estate for a term of years of which not less than sixty are unexpired, or is agreater estate than any of the foregoing estates:(4.) Any body corporate, any corporation sole, any trustees for charities, and any commissioners ortrustees for ecclesiastical, collegiate, or other public purposes, entitled at law or in equity, andwhether subject or not to incumbrances, in the case of freehold or copyhold land, being the siteof an ancient monument, in fee, and in the case of leasehold land, being the site of an ancientmonument, to a lease for an unexpired term of not less than sixty years.Where any owner as herein-before defined is a minor, or of unsound mind, or a married woman, theguardian, committee, or husband, as the case may be, of such owner, shall be the owner within themeaning of this Act; subject to this proviso, that a married woman entitled for her separate use, andnot restrained from anticipation, shall for the purposes of this Act be treated as if she were notmarried. Every person deriving title to any ancient monument from, through, or under any owner whohas constituted the Commissioners of Works the guardians of such monument shall be bound by thedeed executed by such owner for that purpose; and where the owner of any land, being the site of anancient monument, is a tenant for life or in tail, or heir of entail in possession in Scotland, having apower of sale over such land, either under the terms of a will or settlement, or under an Act of Parliament, any deed executed by such owner in respect of the land, being such site as aforesaid, of which he is so tenant for life or in tail, shall bind every succeeding owner of any estate or interest inthe land.10. Her Majesty may, from time to time, by Order in Council, declare that any monument of a likecharacter to the monuments described in the Schedule hereto, shall be deemed to be an ancientmonument to which this Act applies, and thereupon this Act shall apply to such monument in thesame manner in all respects as if it had been described in the Schedule hereto.An Order in Council under this section shall not come into force until it has lain for forty days beforeboth Houses of Parliament during the Session of Parliament.11. The following expressions shall, except in so far as is inconsistent with the tenour of this Act, havethe meaning herein-after assigned to them; (that is to say,) he Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A - Wikiso...http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preservation_of_Places_of_Interest...3 de 808/05/2013 22:04  The word settlement includes any Act of Parliament, will, deed, or other assurance wherebyparticular estates or particular interests in land are created, with remainder: or interests expectantthereon:The expression Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts means, as respects England, the Lands ClausesConsolidation Act, 1845, and any Acts amending the same; and as respects Scotland, the LandsClauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act, 1845, and any Act amending the same; and as respectsIreland, the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, and the Acts amending the same, so far asrespects Ireland:The expression “ancient monuments t0 which this Act applies means the monuments described in theSchedule hereto, and any other monuments of a like character of which the Commissioners of Works at the request of the owners thereof may consent to become guardians; and ancientmonument includes the site of such monu- ment and such portion of land adjoining the same asmay be required to fence, cover in, or otherwise preserve from injury the monument standing onsuch site, also the means of access to such monument. THE SCHEDULE. L IST   OF A NCIENT M ONUMENTS   TO   WHICH A CT A PPLIES E NGLAND   AND W ALES The tumulus and dolmen, Plas Newydd, Llandedwen, Anglesea.The tumulus known as Wayland Smith's Forge, Ashbury, Berkshire.Udington Castle, Uilington, Berkshire.The stone circle known as Long Meg and her Daughters, near Penrith,Addingham, Cumberland.The stone circle on Castle Rigg, near Keswick, Crosthwaite, Cumberland.The stone circles on Burn Moor, St. Bees, Cumberland.The stone circle known as The Nine Ladies, Stanton Moor, Bakewell,Derbyshire.The tumulus known as Arborlow, Bakewell, Derbyshire.Hob Hurst's House and Hut, Baslow Moor. Rakewell, Derbyshire.Minning Low, Brassington, Derbyshire.Arthur’s Quoit, Gower, Llanridian, Glamorganshire.The tumulus at Uley, Gloucestershire.Kits Coty House, Aylesford, Kent.Danes Camp, Hardingstone, Northamptonshire.Castle Dykes, Farthingston, Northamptonshire.The Rollrich Stones, Little Rollright, Oxfordshire.The Pentre Evan Cromlech, Nevern, Pembrokeshire.The ancient stones at Stanton Drew, Somersetshire.The chambered tumulus at Stoney Littleton, Wellow, Somersetshire.Cadbury Castle, South Cadbury, Somersetshire.Mayborough, near Penrith, Barton, Westmoreland.Arthur’s Round Table, Penrith, Barton, Westmoreland. he Preservation of Places of Interest or Beauty/Appendix A - Wikiso...http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Preservation_of_Places_of_Interest...de 808/05/2013 22:04
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