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. The material listed in this Publication Scheme is Crown copyright unless stated otherwise.
The copyright in some of the material which may be found in this Publication Scheme has been waived. This means that you can re-use this material freely. Categories of material for which copyright has been waived include: press notices, consultation documents, documents featured on official websites (except where expressly indicated otherwise), headline statistics and unpublished public records. More details of these and other categories can be found on the Queen's Printer for Scotland's website.
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Brief extracts of any of the material included in this Publication Scheme may be reproduced under the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (sections 29 and 30) for the purposes of research for non-commercial purposes, private study, criticism, review and news reporting.
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