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(1)This section applies where the Scottish Ministers receive from the ICC a summons or other document together with a request for it to be served on a person in Scotland.
(2)The Scottish Ministers may direct the chief constable for the area in which the person appears to be to cause the document to be personally served on the person.
(3)If the document is so served, the chief constable shall forthwith inform the Scottish Ministers of when and how it was served.
(4)If it does not prove possible to serve the document, the chief constable shall forthwith inform the Scottish Ministers of that fact and the reason.
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