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1(1)A property transfer scheme or a staff transfer scheme may be made for the purposes of or in connection with—E+W
(a)the abolition of a local probation board;
(b)the implementation or termination of any arrangements made by the Secretary of State under section 3(2) or (5); or
(c)the implementation or termination of any arrangements mentioned in section 3(3)(c) for anything to be done on behalf of a provider of probation services.
(2)In this Schedule—
“property” includes rights and interests of any description (other than those under a contract of employment);
“property transfer scheme” means a scheme under paragraph 2;
“relevant person” means—
a probation trust;
any other provider of probation services; or
a person with whom any arrangements mentioned in sub-paragraph (1)(c) are made;
“staff transfer scheme” means a scheme under paragraph 5.
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