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Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004

Section 14 – Provision of information to local authorities

46.Section 14 requires that a registered social landlord provides the relevant local authority with a copy of each antisocial behaviour order or interim order it obtains to ensure records of orders maintained by the local authority are up-to-date and comprehensive. The landlord must also copy any orders as varied. Subsection (2) requires the registered social landlord to notify each relevant local authority on the date on which an antisocial behaviour order was revoked, or in the case of interim orders, recalled. Subsection (3) provides the meaning of “relevant local authority” in this context. It means a local authority whose area includes premises provided or managed by the social landlord in relation to any person for whose protection the order was made.

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