4Information and advice
(1)The Commission shall provide information to the public about the availability and quality of care services.
(2)A person requesting from the Commission information provided under subsection (1) above is entitled to receive it in such form as that person may reasonably request.
(a)may at any time, and shall when asked to do so, provide advice to the Scottish Ministers; and
(b)shall when asked to do so provide advice to—
(i)persons who provide, seek to provide or may seek to provide care services;
(ii)persons, or groups of persons, representing those who use, or are eligible to use, care services;
(iii)persons, or groups of persons, representing those who care for those who use, or are eligible to use, care services;
(v)health bodies; and
(vi)such other persons, or groups of persons, as may be prescribed,
about any matter relevant to the functions of the Commission.
(4)The Commission may charge a reasonable fee determined by it for any advice, forms or documents provided for the assistance of any such person, authority or body as is mentioned in paragraph (b) of subsection (3) above.