1Duty of Scottish Ministers to keep listsS
(1)Ministers must keep—
(a)the children's list, and
(b)the adults' list.
(2)An individual may be listed in—
(a)the children's list,
(b)the adults' list, or
only in accordance with this Part.
(3)In this Act, “listed”, in relation to an individual, means included in the children's list or, as the case may be, the adults' list, and references to listing an individual are to be construed accordingly.
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