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The Risk Assessment and Minimisation (Accreditation Scheme) (Scotland) Order 2006

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10.—(1) The Authority shall constitute an appeals committee which shall, if authorised to do so by the Authority, determine appeals sent to the Authority in accordance with article 9.

(2) Subject to paragraph (4), the Authority shall appoint a minimum of two of its members to form the appeals committee, which number must include the convener, and the convener shall be appointed to chair the committee (but, if he or she has an interest in a particular appeal such that he or she cannot form part of the committee for that decision, or if the convener is otherwise unable to participate or if the office of convener is temporarily vacant, the Authority shall appoint another member to chair the committee for that appeal decision).

(3) The quorum shall be two of the members so appointed, of whom one must be the person appointed to chair the committee.

(4) No member who formed part of the accreditation committee which made the decision under appeal shall form part of the appeals committee which considers the appeal.

(5) The validity of any proceedings of the appeals committee is not affected by the absence of any member appointed under paragraph (2), provided that the number of members considering an appeal does not fall below two.

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