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The Community Right to Buy (Scotland) Regulations 2015

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Retention and provision of information by the ballotter

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18.—(1) The ballotter must retain—

(a)all information provided to the ballotter by the community body in accordance with section 51A(6)(1) of the Act and regulation 14;

(b)all completed ballot papers from any ballot conducted in accordance with regulations 15 to 17;

(c)evidence of sending the ballot papers from any ballot conducted in accordance with regulations 15 to 17 to those persons eligible to vote;

(d)all requests for a proxy vote made under regulation 16(1) in relation to any ballot conducted in accordance with regulations 15 to 17; and

(e)a record of all proxy votes permitted in accordance with regulation 16(3) in relation to any ballot conducted in accordance with regulations 15 to 17,

for a period of 2 years after the date by which the ballot papers must be returned in accordance with regulation 15(3)(c).

(2) Within 28 days of receipt of a request, the ballotter must make available any information, ballot papers, evidence, requests or records mentioned in paragraph (1) for inspection by—

(a)Ministers (for the purposes of conducting a review under regulation 19 or otherwise); or

(b)any person with a right of appeal under section 61(2) of the Act.

(1)

Section 51A is inserted by section 49 of the 2015 Act.

(2)

Section 61 is amended by section 58 of, and schedule 5 to, the 2015 Act.

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