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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I INTRODUCTION

    1. 1. Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2. Interpretation

  3. PART II GENERAL

    1. 3. Application

    2. 4. Reference

    3. 5. Scottish Ministers’ dossier

    4. 6. Non disclosure of information

    5. 7. Representations

    6. 8. Matters to be taken into account by the Board

    7. 9. Confidentiality

    8. 10. Time

    9. 11. Sending of documents etc.

    10. 12. Irregularities

  4. PART III PROVISIONS APPLYING TO NON TRIBUNAL CASES

    1. 13. Application

    2. 14. Composition of Board

    3. 15. Procedure

    4. 16. Decision

    5. Provided that, where the Board is constituted by an even...

  5. PART IV PROVISIONS APPLYING TO TRIBUNAL CASES

    1. 17. Application

    2. 18. Composition of tribunal

    3. 19. General procedure

    4. 20. Hearing

    5. 21. Notice of hearing

    6. Provided that any altered hearing date shall not (unless the...

    7. 22. Representative

    8. 23. Authorisation of persons to attend a hearing to give evidence or to produce documents

    9. 24. Citation of persons to attend a hearing to give evidence or to produce documents

    10. 25. Other persons accompanying a party

    11. 26. Attendance at hearing

    12. 27. Procedure at hearing

    13. 28. Decision

    14. Provided that, where the tribunal is constituted by 2 members,...

  6. PART V REVOCATION, TRANSITIONAL AND SAVING PROVISION

    1. 29. Revocation, saving and transitional provision

  7. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS TO BE SENT BY THE SCOTTISH MINISTERS TO THE BOARD

      1. 1.A note of the full name and the date of...

      2. 2.A note of the place in which the prisoner is...

      3. 3.A note of the prisoner’s current sentence or sentences and...

      4. 4.A record of any other offences of which a court...

      5. 5.In a Part IV case– (a) a copy of the...

      6. 6.A copy of any report on the prisoner made while...

      7. 7.Up to date reports by those involved in supervising, caring...

  8. Explanatory Note

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