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Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010

Section 10Z2 – Notice of HIS’s decisions

237.Subsections (1) and (2) provide that HIS should give notice when granting an application for registration unconditionally or subject to a condition that has been agreed in writing between HIS and the applicant.

238.Subsections (3) to (6) deal with situations where the representations stage has been completed, requiring HIS to serve a notice in writing of their decision on the applicant. The notice must explain the right of appeal conferred by section 10Z4 and in the case of a decision to grant an application subject to conditions or to vary conditions, set out those conditions. A decision to cancel registration, to grant an application subject to conditions which are not agreed, or to change conditions will take effect only after the outcome of any appeal has been determined, or after 14 days if no appeal is brought. In the case of a decision to grant an application subject to conditions which are not agreed, if the applicant decides not to pursue an appeal the decision will take effect immediately.

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