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Transport (Scotland) Act 2005

Resolution of disputes under 1991 Act

Section 36 Method of settlement of certain disputes under the 1991 Act

101.Section 36 introduces a new section 157A, which provides for the settlement of certain disputes in a manner to be prescribed by regulations. In the 1991 Act disputes were settled by arbitration. This section allows regulations to be made permitting the Commissioner or arbitration to settle disputes.

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