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The Census (Scotland) Order 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Date on which census is to be taken

  5. 4.Persons with respect to whom the returns are to be made

  6. 5.Persons by whom the returns are to be made

  7. 6.Particulars to be stated in the returns

  8. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      PERSONS WITH RESPECT TO WHOM AND BY WHOM RETURNS ARE TO BE MADE

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      PARTICULARS TO BE STATED IN RETURNS

      1. 1.The total number of people who are usually resident and...

      2. 2.For any person specified in column (2) of Group I,...

      3. 3.First name and last name.

      4. 4.Sex.

      5. 5.Date of birth.

      6. 6.As regards marital or same-sex civil partnership status, whether—

      7. 7.Whether or not a schoolchild or student in full-time education...

      8. 8.Country of birth and, if not born in the United...

      9. 9.Whether or not looking after, or giving any help or...

      10. 10.In respect of any person whose usual residence on 27th...

      11. 11.The address of the person’s main place of work or...

      12. 12.The usual mode of transport used for the longest part,...

      13. 13.As regards the person’s religion, religious denomination or body they...

      14. 14.As regards national identity, whether— (a) Scottish;

      15. 15.As regards ethnic group, whether— (a) White and if so,...

      16. 16.In respect of any person— (a) whether or not able...

      17. 17.Whether the person’s health is on the whole very good,...

      18. 18.Whether the person has a condition that has lasted, or...

      19. 19.Whether or not the person has a health problem or...

      20. 20.In respect of any person aged 16 years or over...

      21. 21.In respect of any person aged 16 years or over,...

      22. 22.In respect of any person aged 16 years or over,...

      23. 23.In respect of any person who has ever worked and...

      24. 24.Whether the living accommodation occupied by the household to which...

      25. 25.Whether or not the accommodation occupied by the household to...

      26. 26.Number of rooms for use only by the household to...

      27. 27.Whether the household to which the return relates—

      28. 28.Where the household rents the accommodation or lives in the...

      29. 29.Whether or not the accommodation to which the return relates...

      30. 30.Number of cars and vans owned, or available for use,...

      31. 31.In respect of visitors— (a) the number of visitors who...

      32. 32.In respect of any visitor, that person’s usual or permanent...

      33. 33.Where the person is usually resident in a household and...

      34. 34.Where the person is usually resident in a communal establishment...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      PARTICULARS TO BE STATED IN RETURNS - COMMUNAL ESTABLISHMENT GROUPS II, III, IV, V or VI

      1. 1.Number of individual forms issued.

      2. 2.Number of individual forms collected.

      3. 3.The number of visitors who are present at the establishment...

      4. 4.Type of establishment which may include— (a) the nature of...

  9. Explanatory Note

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