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(1)Where by virtue of subsection (2)(b) of section 8 a registered social landlord—
(a)is given a copy of an antisocial behaviour order as made or varied; or
(b)is given a copy of an interim order,
it shall give a copy to each relevant local authority.
(2)Where by virtue of subsection (4)(b) of that section a registered social landlord—
(a)is notified of the revocation of an antisocial behaviour order; or
(b)is notified of the recall of an interim order,
it shall notify each relevant local authority of the date on which the order was revoked or recalled.
(3)In this section “relevant local authority” means a local authority whose area includes the premises referred to in section 4(13)(b) in relation to any person for whose protection the order was made.
(1)A local authority shall keep records of—
(a)each antisocial behaviour order; and
(b)each interim order,
of which the authority is given a copy by virtue of section 8(2)(b) or 14(1).
(2)A record kept under subsection (1) shall specify—
(a)the person in respect of whom the order was made;
(b)the prohibitions imposed by the order;
(c)if the record relates to an antisocial behaviour order—
(i)whether a prohibition is indefinite or for a definite period and where it is for a period, that period;
(ii)where the authority is, by virtue of section 8(2)(b) or, as the case may be, 14(1), given a copy of the order as varied, the variation and its date; and
(iii)where the authority is, by virtue of section 8(4)(b) or, as the case may be, 14(2), notified of the revocation of the order, the date on which it was revoked;
(d)if the record relates to an interim order, where the authority is, by virtue of section 8(4)(b) or, as the case may be, 14(2), notified of the recall of the order, the date on which it was recalled; and
(e)such other matters relating to the order as the Scottish Ministers may prescribe in regulations.
(3)A local authority shall, on a request to do so being made to it by a person mentioned in subsection (4), disclose to that person information contained in a record kept under subsection (1).
(4)Those persons are—
(a)the Scottish Ministers;
(b)the Principal Reporter;
(c)any other local authority;
(d)a chief constable; and
(e)a registered social landlord.
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