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The Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (National Convener Appeal against Dismissal) Regulations 2011

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4.—(1) CHS must, before the expiry of the period of 21 days from the day of receipt of the statement and accompanying information under regulation 3(3), give to Ministers notification as to whether or not the appeal is opposed.

(2) If the appeal is opposed CHS must, at the same time as notifying Ministers under paragraph (1), give to Ministers—

(a)the reasons for opposing the appeal;

(b)the reasons for dismissing the National Convener and details of all information taken into account by CHS in determining to do so; and

(c)any representations CHS wish to submit regarding the statement and information provided by the National Convener under regulation 3.

(3) CHS must, at the same time as notifying Ministers under paragraph (1), and, where applicable, giving Ministers the reasons, information and representations under paragraph (2), give the National Convener confirmation as to whether the appeal is opposed and, where applicable, give the National Convener a copy of all the reasons, information and representations provided to Ministers under paragraph (2).

(4) The National Convener may, before the expiry of the period of 21 days from the day of receipt of the reasons, information and representations in paragraph (3), give Ministers any comments on the reasons, information and representations supplied by CHS to Ministers under paragraph (2) that the National Convener wishes to make.

(5) Where the National Convener gives any comments to Ministers under paragraph (4) the National Convener must, at the same time, give a copy of those comments to CHS.

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