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This Order makes modifications to primary and secondary legislation in consequence of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 (asp 8) (“the Act”) and secondary legislation made under the Act.
Schedule 1 makes modifications to primary legislation consequential on the establishment of Creative Scotland by section 36 of the Act and the dissolution of the Scottish Arts Council by section 41 of the Act and makes modification to primary and secondary legislation consequential on the dissolution of the Deer Commission for Scotland by section 1 of the Act.
Schedule 2 makes modifications to primary and secondary legislation consequential on: the establishment of Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland by section 44 of the Act, the establishment of Healthcare Improvement Scotland by section 108 of the Act and the dissolution of the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care by section 52 of the Act.
Schedule 3 makes modifications to primary and secondary legislation consequential on the abolition of the position of the Convenor of the Water Customer Consultation Panels and the dissolution of the Water Customer Consultation Panels by section 3 of the Act.
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