Monday, 29 April 2019

Consultation ends today: Revising the definition of treasure in the Treasure Act 1996 and revising the related codes of practice

A consultation on proposals which would update the Treasure Act 1996 Codes of Practice, revise the Act’s definition of treasure and commence relevant provisions in the Coroners and Justice Act 2009.
This consultation closes at 11:45pm on 30 April 2019
"We thank you for your time spent taking this survey. Your response has been recorded."
Hint for those who've not done it yet (please do), the online response form is the kind of crap you'd expect from the UK's DCMS. The text windows are too small, I could not see how to expand them to seethe text you are writing, in several cases they ask your opinion on a complex issue, and then make only a very limited number of characters available to answer it properly - the same as other questions that can be answered yes/no (do I get the feeling they just want "yes", "no" and "I don't know" as answers anyway?). I got fed up and just continued the answers to three questions in the next boxes, and in two cases just linked to this blog, probably not allowed. They probably don't read these things anyway. Write what you want to say in a word document and then cut and paste. Just a pretty unpleasant experience all in all. 

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