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(4) Within seven days after the digging of a public right-of-way, the occupant shall inform the district council. The obligation to assert public rights of way is one of the Council`s most important tasks. It is on this basis that the Council can establish and communicate to farmers, landowners and the public what public rights of way exist, where they operate and how they can be used legally. 17.—1. Subject to subsection (3), a claim made in writing under subsection (2) must show that, following the coming into force of a public road management order, a public order for diversion or an order to cancel the highway —1. Agricultural land (with the exception of land used for open hills and uncircled raw pasture for livestock) means land which, at the time of: to which the corresponding access agreement or arrangement was concluded, has therefore been used. A district council may take such measures and carry out such work (including the erection and maintenance of fences or notices) as it deems necessary to protect the public from sources of felling in the countryside or on adjacent properties. (5) A procedure prior to the confirmation of an order to cancel the highway may be commenced at the same time as a procedure prior to the confirmation of a public highway fortification order or a public diversion order, but may be reviewed – and the district council may enter into an agreement with the applicant for the provision of such facilities by the district council at the applicant`s expense. 9. Where, as a result of an order to cancel the highway or a public diversion order, a highway is blocked or diverted and immediately before the coming into force of this Order, there is a telegraph line under, in, on, on, along or via the road owned or used by British Telecommunications, British Telecommunications has the same powers in respect of that country: as if the Ordinance had not entered into force; however, if a person entitled to the route by which the route existed requests that the telegraph line be changed, paragraphs 1 to 8 of section 7 of the Telegraph Act 1878 apply to the amendment and, accordingly, subject to the necessary modifications, shall take effect as if the references made in those paragraphs to the funeral home contained references to the person who had required a change of line. (b)any costs that may be incurred by the District Council to bring the new trail site into a condition that can be used by the public. (b)the use of the land is not restricted by the access agreement. 2.
Any restriction arising out of or otherwise connected with the use of land contained in or otherwise connected with an access agreement or arrangement shall take effect subject to the provisions of this Part; and any liability of a person interested in such real estate in connection with such restriction is limited accordingly. (3) The order for the formation of the highway shall be made in the prescribed form. (b)impose such conditions as regards maintenance and the possibility of exercising the right of way without undue inconvenience to the public. (2) A district council may, after consulting the owner of the land concerned, maintain a public right-of-way; however, this subsection does not relieve anyone of any responsibility for the maintenance of a public right-of-way. 19.—(1) If, at the request of the user of land on which there is a highway or any other person, the district council is satisfied that it is appropriate in the interest of good agricultural or forestry activity or otherwise to temporarily block or divert the trail, the district council may order the closure or diversion of the trail during that period A maximum of three months as specified in the order. 2. Where the district council determines that work is necessary to provide the facilities necessary for the practical use of one of the new public trails referred to in point (a) of paragraph 1, the date referred to in point (b) of paragraph 1 may be later than the date referred to in point (a) of paragraph 1 for the district council to carry out such work. 16.—(1) The Ministry may issue a public removal order or a public diversion order if it is satisfied that it is necessary for the development to be carried out in accordance with the building permit or by a government agency ..