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

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2.  If the applicant is not an individual—

(a)its name;

(b)the address of the applicant’s principal office and registered office (if any);

(c)the full name and address of any person to whom the applicant wishes enquiries concerning the care service to be addressed; and

(d)the full name, date of birth and address of every person who is, or who purports to act in the capacity of a person who is—

(i)where the applicant is a body corporate, other than a local authority, a director, manager or secretary of the body corporate;

(ii)where the applicant is a firm, a partner in the firm; or

(iii)where the applicant is an unincorporated association other than a firm, concerned in the management or control of the association,

and in each case whether registration of any care service provided by such a person has ever been cancelled and the reasons for the cancellation.

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