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To ask the Scottish Government, further to the answer to question S4W-26180 by Michael Matheson on 15 July 2015, whether it has taken into account that there is no justice of the peace (JP) court on any of the Argyllshire islands and that there are no resident JPs and notaries public on, for example, Islay.


Answered by Michael Matheson (17/08/2015):

Appointments of JPs take into account the level of JP court business in the sheriffdom, including business to which signing functions relate. In relation to notaries public, I refer the member to the answer to question S4W-26180 on 15 July 2015.

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Current Status: Answered by Michael Matheson on 17/08/2015
 
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