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Scottish Parliamentary Commissions and Commissioners etc. Act 2010

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11For paragraph 1(3) (disqualification of former Ombudsman from certain posts) there is substituted—

(3)A person who has ceased to hold office as Ombudsman or deputy Ombudsman may not, without the approval of the Parliamentary corporation—

(a)be appointed or, as the case may be, elected as—

(i)the holder of any office which is a listed authority, or

(ii)a member, officer or member of staff of a listed authority,

(b)be appointed to any paid office by a listed authority, or

(c)hold any other office, employment, or appointment or engage in any other occupation, being an office, employment, appointment or occupation which, by virtue of paragraph 4(2E)(a), that person could not have held or, as the case may be, engaged in when Ombudsman or, as the case may be, Deputy Ombudsman.

(3A)The restriction in sub-paragraph (3)—

(a)starts when the person ceases to hold office as Ombudsman or, as the case may be, deputy Ombudsman, and

(b)ends on the expiry of the financial year following the one in which it started.

(3B)In sub-paragraph (3), a “paid office” is one where the holder is entitled to remuneration or expenses or any combination of them.

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