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The Participation Request (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2017

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6.—(1) Where a participation request includes a request under section 22(6) of the Act that another public service authority (an “additional authority”) other than the public service authority to which the request is made participate in the outcome improvement process, the public service authority must as soon as practicable after the validation date—

(a)notify every additional authority that a participation request including a request under section 22(6) of the Act has been made;

(b)inform every additional authority of the validation date for the participation request; and

(c)send a copy of the participation request and the items and information provided by the community participation body to the public service authority to every additional authority.

(2) Within 15 working days beginning with the date on which an additional authority is notified under paragraph (1), the additional authority must—

(a)inform the public service authority and the community participation body whether or not the additional authority wishes to participate in the outcome improvement process, should the public service authority decide to agree to the participation request; and

(b)if the additional authority does not wish to participate in the outcome improvement process, inform the public service authority and the community participation body of its reasons for reaching that view.

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