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Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004

Section 106 – Appeals

238.Section 106 sets out the arrangements for appeals in relation to certain decisions made in relation to parenting orders. It provides that an interlocutor varying or refusing to vary a parenting order or making a parenting order in the course of proceedings for an antisocial behaviour order under section 13 is an appealable interlocutor. The effect of this is that where the sheriff makes decisions which vary or refuse to vary a parenting order or make an order under section 13 those decisions of the sheriff may be appealed to the sheriff principal. In general the terms of section 27 and 28 of the Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1907 will apply to decisions made by the sheriff in relation to parenting orders including the making of an order under section 102. These provisions generally set out the circumstances in which an appeal against the decision of the sheriff can competently be appealed to the sheriff principal or the Court of Session.

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