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9(1)Where a National Park authority proposes to make byelaws under paragraph 8(1) it must—
(a)publicise the proposed byelaws in such manner as it thinks fit,
(b)make copies of the proposed byelaws available for public inspection for such period (which must be at least 12 weeks) as it may determine, and
(i)every local authority and community council any part of whose area is within the area to which the proposed byelaws would apply (“the byelaw area”),
(ii)such persons as appear to them to be representative of the interests of those who live, work, carry on business or engage in recreational activities in the byelaw area, and
(iii)such other persons as they think fit,
on the proposed byelaws.
(2)The National Park authority must, when making the byelaws, take into account—
(a)any views on the proposed byelaws expressed by those consulted under sub-paragraph (1)(c), and
(b)any comments on them received within the period referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(b).
(3)Sections 202 to 204 (byelaws) of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 (c. 65) apply to a National Park authority as they apply to a local authority, with the following modifications—
(a)in subsection (3) of section 202, the reference to byelaws being authenticated with the common seal of the local authority is omitted,
(b)for subsection (13) of that section there is substituted—
“(13)A National Park authority shall send a copy of any byelaws made by it to the proper officer of the local authority for any area to the whole or any part of which the byelaws will apply.”
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