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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 if it will make arrangements for affidavit administration on islands where there are no resident justices of the peace (JP), no resident notaries public and no JP court.


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

Given the relatively low volume of affidavit administration business, the Scottish Government currently has no plans to make arrangements for affidavit administration on islands where there are no resident justices of the peace, no resident notaries public and no JP court.


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