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The Road User Charging (Penalty Charges) (Scotland) Regulations 2005

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2.—(1) In these Regulations–

the Act” means the Transport (Scotland) Act 2001;

“authorised person” means any person authorised in writing by a charging authority or any of the charging authorities to act as an authorised person for the purposes of these Regulations;

“charging area” means all roads in respect of which the charging authority, or either (or any) of the charging authorities, are the local traffic authority or such of those roads as may be specified in a charging scheme;

“charging authority” and “charging authorities” shall have the meaning given in section 49(5) of the Act;

“custodian” in relation to a vehicle removed under these Regulations means–

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if the vehicle has, in accordance with regulation 10 been delivered to the charging authority, that authority; or

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if the vehicle has been so delivered to another person authorised by the charging authority to keep vehicles so removed in his custody, that other person;

“outstanding” in relation to a penalty charge shall be construed in accordance with regulation 10(2);

“penalty charge” means a charge imposed by a charging scheme by virtue of regulation 3; and

“vehicle” means motor vehicle.

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