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Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004

Section 92Appeal against refusal to register or removal from register

214.Section 92 provides for a person whose application for registration is refused or who is removed from the register to appeal to the sheriff, who can require the local authority to enter the person in the register. Any appeal against the sheriff’s decision has to be made to the sheriff principal within 21 days of the decision, and the sheriff principal’s decision is final.

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