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(1)Regulations under section 14(1) may—
(a)make different provision for different purposes (including different areas),
(b)make such incidental, consequential, transitional, transitory or saving provision as the Scottish Ministers consider appropriate,
(i)the 2005 Act,
(ii)the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (c.45).
(2)A statutory instrument containing regulations under section 14(1) must not be made unless a draft of the statutory instrument containing the regulations has been laid before, and approved by resolution of, the Parliament.
(3)Before laying a draft statutory instrument containing regulations under section 14(1) before the Parliament, the Scottish Ministers must consult—
(b)such body or bodies as appear to them to be representative of the interests of—
(iii)local authorities, and
(iv)relevant licence-holders (as defined in section 14(2)),
(c)such voluntary organisations—
(i)having an interest in health policy,
(ii)having an interest in alcohol policy,
(iii)representing the interests of children and young people,
as they think appropriate, and
(d)such other persons (if any) as they think appropriate.
(4)For the purposes of such a consultation, the Scottish Ministers must—
(a)lay a copy of the proposed draft regulations before the Parliament,
(b)send a copy of the proposed draft regulations to any person to be consulted under subsection (3), and
(c)have regard to any representations about the proposed draft regulations that are made to them within 60 days of the date on which the copy of the proposed draft regulations is laid before the Parliament.
(5)In calculating any period of 60 days for the purposes of subsection (4)(c), no account is to be taken of any time during which the Parliament is dissolved or is in recess for more than 4 days.
(6)When laying a draft statutory instrument containing regulations under section 14(1) before the Parliament under subsection (2), the Scottish Ministers must also lay before the Parliament an explanatory document giving details of—
(a)the consultation carried out under subsection (3),
(b)any representations received as a result of the consultation, and
(c)the changes (if any) made to the proposed draft regulations as a result of those representations.
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