95Review of own performanceS
(1)An approving body must review annually its performance.
(2)In particular, a review is to cover the following matters—
(a)the approving body's compliance with section 93(5),
(b)the exercise of its functions in relation to its regulatory scheme,
(c)its compliance with any measures applying to it by virtue of section 100(3).
(3)The approving body must send a report on the review to the Scottish Ministers.
(4)The report must contain a copy of the approving body's annual accounts (but only so far as they are relevant in connection with its functions under this Chapter).
(5)The Scottish Ministers must lay a copy of the report before the Scottish Parliament.
(6)The Scottish Ministers may by regulations make further provision about—
(a)the review of approved bodies' performance,
(b)reports on reviews of their performance.
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