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|Section 5||Credits for payments out of the Fund||Only for the purpose of enabling credits to be granted to take effect no earlier than 1st April 2000|
|Section 10 (1), (2) and (4)||Audit Scotland||Section 10(4) is commenced only for the purpose of enabling directions to be given to take effect no earlier than 1st April 2000|
|Section 10(6) and schedule 2||Audit Scotland: further provisions||Paragraphs 5 and 6 of schedule 2 are commenced only for the purpose of enabling Audit Scotland to exercise powers under those paragraphs so as to make provision to take effect no earlier than 1st April 2000|
|Section 11(7) and (9)||Audit Scotland: receipts and proposals for use of resources and expenditure||Section 11(9) is commenced only for the purpose of requiring the preparation and examination of proposals under that subsection relating to the financial year beginning with 1st April 2000|
|Section 12 and schedule 3||Scottish Commission for Public Audit|
|Section 13||Auditor General for Scotland|
|Section 14(1)||Principal accountable officer for the Scottish Administration|
|Section 15(1), (2), (6) and (7)||Designation of accountable officers for the Scottish Administration and determination of their functions||Only for the purpose of enabling designations of accountable officers and determinations of their functions to be made to take effect no earlier than 1st April 2000|
|Section 24(5) and (6)||Specification of “relevant persons”||Only for the purpose of enabling an order to be made under section 24(5) to come into force no earlier than 1st April 2000|
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