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The Census (Scotland) Order 2010

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Articles 2(3), 4(2) and 5

SCHEDULE 1PERSONS WITH RESPECT TO WHOM AND BY WHOM RETURNS ARE TO BE MADE

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(1)(2)
Premises, vessel or other placePersons
GROUP I
Any dwelling occupied by a household.Every person who—
(a)is usually resident in the dwelling;
(b)not being a person to whom paragraph (a) above refers, is in full-time education and has a home address in the dwelling.
GROUP II
Any hotel or guest house.Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.
GROUP III
Any hospital, nursing home, religious or charitable community or other residential establishment whatsoever, not being an establishment mentioned elsewhere in this Schedule.Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.
GROUP IV
Any residential school, college or other educational establishment.Every person who is usually resident in the premises.
GROUP V
Any civil prison or other place of detention.Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.
GROUP VI
Any vessel which is at a port in Scotland at midnight ending census day, barracks, station or other premises under naval, military or air force discipline.Every person who is usually resident on the vessel or in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.
GROUP VII
Any other place not included in the above Groups.Every person who has no usual address.

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