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The Ethical Standards in Public Life etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (Register of Interests) Amendment Regulations 2014

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Schedule to the 2003 Regulations

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7.  In the Schedule to the 2003 Regulations, after Table B insert—

Table C

MEMBERS’ INTERESTS – CODE HAVING EFFECT AFTER 31st MARCH 2014

Column 1Column 2
Registerable interestDescription of interest
Remuneration

A description of—

(a)

remuneration received by virtue of being–

(i)

employed or self-employed;

(ii)

the holder of an office;

(iii)

a director of an undertaking;

(iv)

a partner in a firm; and

(v)

involved in undertaking a trade, profession, vocation or any other work;

(b)

any allowance received in relation to membership of any organisation;

(c)

the name, and registered name if different, and nature of any applicable employer, self-employment, business, undertaking or organisation;

(d)

the nature and regularity of the work that is remunerated; and

(e)

the name of the directorship and the nature of the applicable business.

Related undertakingsA description of a directorship that is not itself remunerated, but is of a company or undertaking which is a parent or subsidiary of a company or undertaking which pays remuneration.
Contracts

A description of the nature and duration, but not the price of, a contract which is not fully implemented where—

(a)

goods and services are to be provided to, or works are to be executed for, the devolved public body; and

(b)

any responsible person has a direct interest, or an indirect interest as a partner, owner or shareholder, director or officer of a business or undertaking, in such goods or services.

Houses, land and buildingsA description of any rights of ownership or other interests that may be significant to, of relevance to, or bear upon, the work or operation of the devolved public body.
Interest in shares

A description, but not the value, of shares in a company or other body where—

(a)

the responsible person’s interest in the shares may be significant to, of relevance to, or bear upon, the work or operation of the devolved public body; and

(b)

the nominal value of the shares is greater than—

(i)

1% of the issued share capital of the company or other body; or

(ii)

£25,000.

Gifts and hospitality

A description of any gifts or hospitality received, except—

(a)

isolated gifts of a trivial character, the value of which must not exceed £50;

(b)

normal hospitality associated with the responsible person’s duties and which would reasonably be regarded as appropriate; or

(c)

gifts received on behalf of the devolved public body.

Non-financial interests

A description of such interests as may be significant to, of relevance to, or bear upon, the work or operation of the devolved public body, including without prejudice to that generality membership of or office in—

(a)

other public bodies;

(b)

clubs, societies and organisations;

(c)

trade unions; and

(d)

voluntary organisations.

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