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Scotland Act 1998

Section C14: Industrial Development Advisory Board
Purpose and Effect

This Section reserves the Industrial Development Advisory Board.


The Industrial Development Advisory Board (IDAB) is a statutory body appointed under section 10 of the Industrial Development Act 1982 which advises the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry about the exercise of certain powers to provide financial assistance to industry. There is already a separate body, the Scottish Industrial Development Board (SIDAB) which is established under section 20 of the Scottish Development Agency Act 1975 to advise in this field.

Parliamentary Consideration
Details of Provisions

The Industrial Development Advisory Board is reserved.

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