Examples of the 1993 Act in a sentence
Paragraph 7(2)(d) of schedule 1 to the 1993 Act allow for the Scottish Ministers to prescribe, by regulation, offences relating to these elections.
By definition that is a situation where no right to enfranchise is conferred by the 1993 Act and so a subtenant has no choice but to rely upon the Crown’s undertaking.
He has no need to rely upon the published undertaking given on behalf of the Crown and s.88 of the 1993 Act is not engaged (Transcript Day 1 pp 101 and 114).
Section 88 of the 1993 Act does not require the SoS to obtain the consent of APL to enfranchisement pursuant to the 8 notices under s.5(1).
I do not accept Mr. Sefton’s submission that s.94 of the 1993 Act is an aid to the construction of s.33 of the 1967 Act.