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5. (1) This regulation applies in relation to a vehicle which is licensed as a private hire car under section 10 of the 1982 Act.
(2) The provisions specified in the first column of the Table are, to the extent that they are part of the hire car code, the prescribed provisions of the hire car code for the purposes of section 12(10) of the 1985 Act.
(3) For the purposes of these Regulations the provisions specified in column 1 are modified in accordance with column 2.
|The 1982 Act, Part I.|
The words “condition attached to a licence” in section 7(2) do not include any condition which imposes a requirement to—
accept a hiring; or
display signage; or
do anything else
which would be incompatible with the operation of a local service under a special licence.
|The 1982 Act, Part II, sections 10 to 14, 20, 21(4) and 23.||None.|
|The Disability Discrimination Act 1995, sections 36, 36A and 38.||None.|
|The Private Hire Car Drivers’ Licences (Carrying of Guide Dogs and Hearing Dogs) (Scotland) Regulations 2004(1).||None.|
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