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What is possibly the oldest barony in Scotland, the Barony of the Bachuil, has not depended on land ownership for centuries; the barony passes along with the possession of a certain ancient stick, "The Bachuil Mór", which was once the bishop's staff of the Pictish Saint Moluag in the year 562.
Unlike all other barons in Scotland, the lawful possessor of the stick is the Baron of the Bachuil, regardless of landholdings.
Often the original Charter was later lost, however an Official Extract has the same legal status as the original Charter.
From the Treaty of Union of 1707 - until 1999 - a unified Parliament of Great Britain (since January, 1801, known as the Parliament of the United Kingdom), at Westminster, was responsible for passing legislation affecting private law both north and south of the Scottish border.
The courts became willing to accept the validity of such obligations, which became known as "real burdens".
In practical and commercial terms, these real burdens were like English leasehold tenure.
The Court of the Lord Lyon issued a ruling in April 2015 that recognises a person possessing the dignity of baron and other feudal titles (lordship/earl/marquis).
The Lord Lyon King of Arms now prefers the approach of recognizing the particular feudal noble dignity as expressed in the Crown Charter that the petitioner presents.
Scotland has a distinct legal system within the United Kingdom.
The first Scottish Executive was committed to abolishing the anachronism of the feudal system.
On 28 November 2004, the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc.
(Scotland) Act 2000 came into full force and effect, putting an end to Scotland's feudal system.