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The Public Trusts (Reorganisation) (Scotland) Regulations 1993

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Public trusts under section 11: advertisement

7.  For the purposes of subsection (3) of section 11 of the Act (requirement on trustees of certain public trusts to advertise their intention to expend trust capital), the trustees of any public trust to which that section applies shall advertise their intention to expend the capital of the trust by publishing, in a newspaper circulating throughout Scotland or, where the purposes of the trust relate to a particular locality, in a local newspaper circulating in that locality, a notice in the form set out in Schedule 6 to these Regulations or in a form substantially to the like effect.

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