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The Officers of Court’s Professional Association (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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11.—(1) All messengers-at-arms and sheriff officers who were not members of the Society immediately before the date of coming into force of these Regulations become members of the professional association from that date.

(2) The Society may only require an annual membership fee from those messengers-at-arms and sheriff officers for the 2011 calendar year—

(a)by virtue of the resolution agreed by the Society on 15th January 2011 or as that resolution may be amended at an extraordinary general meeting of the Society in respect of that year; and

(b)only for the balance of that fee payable in respect of the period after 1st April 2011 (designation of the association), prior to the coming into force of the first set of rules made under section 65A(1) of the 2007 Act(1).

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Section 65A was inserted by the 2010 Act, section 13(b) and schedule 4, paragraph 19.

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