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22In the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995, in Schedule 9 (certificates as to proof of certain routine matters)—
(a)the entry relating to the Building (Scotland) Act 1959 (c. 24) is repealed,
(b)at the end, insert the following entry—
|“The Building (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 8)|
|Section 8(1) and (2) (prohibition of work for construction or demolition of, or provision of services, fittings or equipment for, building, or conversion of building, without warrant)||An officer of a local authority authorised to do so by the authority|
In relation to a building specified in the certificate, that on a date so specified, the local authority had not—
granted a warrant under section 9 for the work or, as the case may be, conversion, or
received a copy of such a warrant granted by a verifier other than the authority
|Section 21(5) (offence of occupying building when no completion certificate has been accepted)||An officer of a local authority authorised to do so by the authority|
That, on a date specified in the certificate, the local authority had not—
accepted under section 18(1) a completion certificate in respect of construction or conversion in relation to a building so specified,
received a copy of such a certificate accepted under section 18(1) by a verifier other than the authority, or
received a copy of a permission for temporary occupation or use of the building so specified granted under section 21(3)
|Section 43(1) (offence of occupying building, following evacuation, without notice from local authority)||An officer of a local authority authorised to do so by the authority||That, on a date specified in the certificate, the local authority had not given a person notice under section 42(7)”|
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