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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

Section 64 – Duty of professional association to forward complaints to Commission

200.Section 64 provides that where the professional association receives a complaint about a judicial officer or the services provided by an officer, it must send details of that complaint and any evidence which accompanies it, to the Commission. This duty could activate where, for example, a member of the public upon whom diligence has been effected by a judicial officer complains about the manner in which the officer has carried out his or her functions.

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