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The St Mary’s Music School (Aided Places) (Scotland) Regulations 2001

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General provisions relating to remission

11.—(1) The parents of an aided pupil shall not be entitled to any remission of fees for which they are liable in respect of a period before the pupil took up his aided place or (in lieu of notice or otherwise) after the pupil has left the school or, if the pupil remains at the school, after the end of the school year in which they attain the age of 20 years.

(2) The parents of an aided pupil shall be under no obligation to apply for remission of fees as respects a particular school year if they consider themselves not entitled thereto but if, as respects such a year, they do not–

(a)duly apply to the school for remission of fees payable for that year; or

(b)subject to paragraph 12(4), duly furnish the school with the information and supporting evidence requisite for determining remission questions,

they shall not be entitled to any remission of fees for that year.

(3) If the Scottish Ministers are satisfied that the parents of an aided pupil have furnished information required for determining remission questions which they know to be false in a material particular, or have recklessly furnished such information which is false in a material particular, they may direct that those parents shall not be entitled to any remission of fees in the case of that pupil and, if they so direct, in the case of any other of their children who are aided pupils, as respects a specified school year and, if they so direct, any subsequent school year:

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(a)the Scottish Ministers shall not give a direction hereunder without affording the parents concerned an opportunity to make representations or without considering such representations;

(b)the giving of such a direction hereunder shall be without prejudice to its variation or revocation by a subsequent direction.

(4) This paragraph shall have effect notwithstanding anything in paragraph 8 or any other provision of this Scheme.

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