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The Legal and Technical remit covers one of the broadest policy spectrums within NFU Scotland, as such it affects all NFUS commodities. Subjects covered by this policy portfolio include land reform, agricultural holdings law, communities, Crown Estate, planning, utilities, vehicle legislation, renewables, taxation, and employment. 

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