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Dear Scottish Forestry,

Please provide me with a list of all claims for compensation made to your organisation where you provided a licence to organisations or individuals to fell trees on land that was not owned by them.

Please provide details and amounts of all compensation payments made by your organisation or the previous one Scottish Forestry Commission for the last 10 years.

Yours faithfully,

Tony Williams

Scottish Forestry

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