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The convener of an Adult Protection Committee must, as soon as practical after such date as the council may direct biennially—
(a)prepare a general report on the exercise of the Committee’s functions during the 2 years ending on that date, and
(b)after securing the Committee’s approval of the report, send a copy of it to—
(i)each of the public bodies and office-holders represented on the Adult Protection Committee by virtue of section 43(4),
(ii)the Scottish Ministers,
(iii)the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland,
(iv)the Public Guardian,
(v)the Care Commission (where it not represented on the Committee), and
(vi)any other public body or office-holder as the Scottish Ministers may by order specify.
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