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Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004

Section 15 – Records of orders

47.Section 15 places a duty on local authorities to keep records of antisocial behaviour orders made on the application of the authority and of orders in respect of which a copy has been received from a registered social landlord (which is obliged under section 14 to provide such information).

48.Subsection (2) provides that the record shall specify the person in respect of whom the order was made, the prohibitions imposed by the order, the time period of the order (including if the order is indefinite), any variation of the order, the date is revoked if it is revoked, the date on which an interim order is recalled if it is recalled and any other matters as specified by the Scottish Ministers. These regulations are subject to negative resolution procedure.

49.Subsection (3) makes provision about the disclosure of information contained in the record of orders. The local authority shall, on a request to do so by the Scottish Ministers, the Principal Reporter, another local authority, a chief constable or a registered social landlord, disclose to the person making the request information contained in the record of antisocial behaviour orders.

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