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Disabled Persons' Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009

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Disabled Persons' Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009

The Disabled Persons' Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 was an act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision for the duties of local authorities in relation to parking places for use by disabled persons' vehicles, which was passed by Parliament on 26 February 2009 and received Royal Assent on 1 April 2009.[1]

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References

  1. ^ Disabled Persons' Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 www.opsi.gov.uk, accessed 7 August 2009

External links

  • Text of the Disabled Persons' Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 as in force today (including any amendments) within the United Kingdom, from the UK Statute Law Database
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