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The Children’s Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 (Appeals against Dismissal by SCRA) Regulations 2012

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8.—(1) Ministers may, where they consider it appropriate, constitute a panel to conduct an inquiry for the purposes of the appeal and to report to them.

(2) Where Ministers decide to constitute a panel under paragraph (1) they must notify the Principal Reporter or other SCRA employee, as the case may be, and SCRA of that decision.

(3) The Schedule to these Regulations makes further provision about the constitution of the panel and the procedure relating to the inquiry by the panel.

(4) Ministers must give to the Principal Reporter or other SCRA employee, and SCRA a copy of the report provided to them by the panel.

(5) The Principal Reporter or other SCRA employee, and SCRA may, before the expiry of the period of 21 days from the day of receipt of the copy of the report under paragraph (4), give to Ministers any comments relating to the report they wish to make.

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