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The Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (Applications) Order 2011

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Cancellation of registration

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5.—(1) An application under section 70 of the Act for the cancellation of registration of a care service must specify—

(a)the date on which cancellation is to take effect;

(b)the reason for making the application;

(c)any arrangements made by the provider that seek to ensure persons using the service will continue to receive a similar service (including where appropriate accommodation) from the provider or another person;

(d)whether notice of the application has been given to any of the persons to whom paragraph (2) applies and the terms of any such notice; and

(e)where notice has not been given to any of those persons, whether there were any circumstances which made it impracticable for the person providing the service to give such notice.

(2) The persons to whom this paragraph applies are—

(a)any person using the care service when the application is made;

(b)any person appearing to be a relative or representative of the person using the service; and

(c)any local authority or health body(1).

(3) Unless SCSWIS has agreed in writing that an earlier date may be specified, the date referred to in paragraph (1)(a) shall be not less than three months after the date on which the application is made.

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The term “health body” is defined in section 105 of the Act.

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