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The National Health Service (Variation of Areas of Health Boards) (Scotland) Order 2013

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Duties in relation to the making of the scheme and criteria to be considered

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6.—(1) In making the scheme under article 5 Lanarkshire Health Board and Greater Glasgow Health Board must ensure that property situated in, and rights and liabilities as respects, a place or area which is within the area of Lanarkshire Health Board as varied by article 3, transfers to Lanarkshire Health Board.

(2) Where it appears to Lanarkshire Health Board and Greater Glasgow Health Board that the criterion in paragraph (1) is not adequate to determine whether any property, right or liability transfers to Lanarkshire Health Board they may apply any other criteria that they agree is appropriate for this purpose.

(3) Lanarkshire Health Board and Greater Glasgow Health Board must co-operate with each other in the preparation of the scheme, and in particular must provide one another with any information required to prepare and make the scheme.

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