(1)The Scottish Ministers may by regulations—
(a)provide that the First-tier Tribunal may make an order of the kind mentioned in section 153(2) of the 2006 Act instead of the sheriff,
(b)provide that the following may be made to the First-tier Tribunal instead of the sheriff—
(i)appeals against decisions of local authorities to which section 158 of that Act applies,
(ii)applications to extend the period mentioned in paragraph 9(1) of schedule 4 to that Act,
(iii)applications for a warrant for the ejection of the occupant from land or premises where the occupant has not complied with a requirement under paragraph 2 of schedule 5 to that Act in relation to the land or premises.
(2)Regulations under subsection (1) may—
(a)disapply the following provisions of the 2006 Act—
(iii)paragraph 9(2) of schedule 4,
(iv)paragraph 3(1) of schedule 5,
(b)make such other consequential modifications to the 2006 Act and any other enactment as the Scottish Ministers consider appropriate.