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Act of Sederunt (Child Care and Maintenance Rules) 1997

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5.5—(1) The sheriff clerk shall, on an application by–

(a)any person entitled to, or liable to make, payments under an order in respect of which any entry has been made in the Maintenance Orders Register; or

(b)a solicitor acting on behalf of any such person,

permit that person or his solicitor, as the case may be, to inspect any such entry and any document in his possession relating to that entry and to take copies of any such entry or document.

(2) On an application by or on behalf of any other person, the sheriff clerk may, on being satisfied of that person’s interest, grant that person or his solicitor permission to inspect or take copies of any such entry or document.

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