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(1)Ministers may by order (a “roll-out order”) appoint a day on which sections 1 to 3 are to come into force in respect of Health Board areas not specified in the pilot order.
(2)When a roll-out order is made section 6 is repealed.
(3)A roll-out order may not be made unless—
(a)a report has been published under section 5(1), and
(b)a draft of the roll-out order has been laid before, and approved by a resolution of, the Scottish Parliament.
(4)Before laying a draft of a roll-out order before the Scottish Parliament, Ministers must—
(a)lay before the Scottish Parliament—
(i)a copy of the proposed draft roll-out order, and
(ii)a statement of their reasons for proposing to make the draft roll-out order,
(b)publicise the proposed draft roll-out order in such manner as they consider appropriate, and
(c)have regard to—
(i)any representations about the proposed draft roll-out order,
(ii)any resolution of the Scottish Parliament about the proposed draft roll-out order, and
(iii)any report by a committee of the Scottish Parliament about the proposed draft roll-out order,
made during such period as Ministers may specify when laying the copy proposed draft roll-out order.
(5)The period so specified must—
(a)be no shorter than 60 days, and
(b)include at least 30 days during which the Scottish Parliament is not dissolved or in recess.
(6)When laying a draft of a roll-out order before the Scottish Parliament, Ministers must—
(a)where any representation, resolution or report is made in pursuance of subsection (4)(c), lay a statement giving details of any representations, resolution or report and of their response, and
(b)where the draft roll-out order includes material changes to the proposed draft roll-out order, lay a statement giving details of the proposed revisions and of their reasons for them.
(7)A roll-out order may make such provision adding to, replacing or omitting any part of the text of, or otherwise modifying, any enactment (including this Act) as Ministers consider appropriate.
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