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The Debt Arrangement Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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PART 4DEBT ARRANGEMENT SCHEME REGISTER

Debt Arrangement Scheme Register

18.—(1) There is to be a register of debt payment programmes, to be known as the Debt Arrangement Scheme Register (“the DAS Register”).

(2) The DAS Administrator must maintain the DAS Register, which may be wholly or partially in electronic form.

Information on the DAS Register

19.—(1) Information in respect of the matters relating to debt payment programmes specified in paragraph (2) is to be held on the DAS Register.

(2) The specified information is—

(a)an intimation of intention to apply under regulation 20(3);

(b)an application under regulation 20 for a programme that has yet to be approved;

(c)an intimation of withdrawal of application under regulation 20(4);

(d)the date of any request under regulation 23(3);

(e)a programme approved under regulation 24 or 25;

(f)a notice of approval or rejection under regulation 29(1);

(g)an application for variation under regulation 36;

(h)variation of an approved programme under regulation 38; and

(i)an appeal to the sheriff under regulation 47.

(3) The DAS Register is to include for each debtor who has given intimation under regulation 20(3), who has applied for approval of a debt payment programme, or who is taking part in a programme, a record of—

(a)the full name, including any former name;

(b)the date of birth;

(c)the home address or addresses, and any business address; and

(d)the business address of any continuing money adviser.

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