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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The Risk Assessment and Minimisation (Accreditation Scheme) (Scotland) Order 2006 No. 190
15. (1) The appeals committee may decide to uphold the appeal, in whole or in part, or to reject it; and where it upholds the appeal it shall take any decision in respect of the matter which the accreditation committee could have taken when it reached the decision under appeal.
(2) The decision of the appeals committee may be taken by a majority of the members, provided that the person appointed to chair the committee shall, in the event that the votes of the members of the committee are tied, have a second vote.
(3) The decision shall be recorded in a document which shall–
(a)contain a statement of the reasons for the decision;
(b)be signed and dated by the person appointed to chair the appeals committee; and
(c)be sent to the appellant not later than 4 weeks after the end of the hearing.
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