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The Scottish Charity Appeals Panel Rules 2006

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2.  —In these Rules–

the Act” means the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005;

“appellant” means a person who appeals to the Panel under section 76 of the Act;

Chair” means the person appointed by Scottish Ministers under paragraph 1(4) of schedule 2 of the Act, to be the Chair of the Panel;

“decision” means a decision of OSCR referred to in section 76(1) of the Act unless the context requires otherwise;

“direction” means any order or other determination by a Panel other than a decision;

“hearing” means a sitting of the Panel for the purpose of enabling the Panel to take a decision on an appeal or on any question or matter at which the parties are entitled to attend and be heard;

“OSCR” has the meaning given in section 1 of the Act;

“Panel” means the Scottish Charity Appeals Panel constituted under section 75 of the Act;

“register” means the register of appeals and decisions kept in accordance with rule 20; and

Secretary” means the person who provides administrative support to the Panel and includes any person assisting in providing that support.

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