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Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004

Section 110 – Account to be taken of religion, work and education

245.Section 110 provides that as far as practicable, a court shall ensure the requirements of a parenting order avoid conflict with the religious beliefs of the person specified in the order and any interference with their work or educational commitments. Subsection (2) places these requirements on the supervising officer appointed by a local authority in giving directions to implement the parenting order.

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