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Public Health etc. (Scotland) Act 2008

Section 104 Power to require identification of operator

204.In the event of a local authority officer having reason to believe an offence under section 95, 98, 100 or 101 has been, or is being committed, this section enables the local authority officer to require any person on the sunbed premises to give the name and address of the operator. Failure to do so, without reasonable excuse, is an offence.

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