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The Personal Injuries (NHS Charges) (Reviews and Appeals) (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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Appeals against certificates and waiver applications – General

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6.—(1) Where an appeal is not made on the form approved for the time being, but is made in writing and contains all the particulars required under regulations 4(5) or 5(4), as the case may be, the Scottish Ministers may treat that appeal as duly made.

(2) Where it appears to the Scottish Ministers that an appeal does not contain all the particulars required under regulations 4(5) or 5(4), as the case may be, they may require the person making the appeal to provide such particulars as are not included.

(3) Where paragraph (2) applies, the Scottish Ministers may extend the time specified by regulations 4(4) and 5(1) for making the appeal by a period of not more than 14 days.

(4) Where further particulars are required under paragraph (2), they shall be sent to the Scottish Ministers within such a period as the Scottish Ministers may direct.

(5) Where a person is required under paragraph (2) to provide further particulars and does not do so within the period of time specified under paragraph (4)–

(a)the Scottish Ministers shall send a copy of the appeal together with any other relevant documents, to a legally qualified panel member; and

(b)that panel member shall determine whether the appeal is to be treated as duly made, and shall inform the appellant, and the Scottish Ministers of that decision.

(6) The date of an appeal shall be–

(a)the date on which all the particulars required under regulations 4(5) or 5(4), as the case may be, are received by the Scottish Ministers; or

(b)where a legally qualified panel member determines under paragraph (5)(b) that the appeal is to be treated as duly made, the date on which the appeal was received by the Scottish Ministers.

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