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Scotland Act 1998

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This Section reserves the subject matter of:

(a)

the Disabled Persons (Employment) Act 1944.  Under this Act the Secretary of State for Education and Employment through the Employment Service makes arrangements to facilitate disabled people to obtain employment or work on their own account and to train for such employment or work; and

(b)

the Employment and Training Act 1973, except so far as relating to training for employment.  The main provisions of this Act enable the Secretary of State to make arrangements for the purpose of assisting persons to select, obtain training for, obtain and retain employment or for the purposes of assisting persons to obtain suitable employees.  The subject-matter of the Act so far as relating to training for employment is not reserved.

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