7 Application of this Chapter in relation to Scotland
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Supplementary7Application of this Chapter in relation to Scotland
(1) This Chapter affects the law of Scotland only in so far as it affects the construction of references to—
(a) charities, or
(b) charitable purposes,
in enactments which relate to matters falling within Section A1 of Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998 (reserved matters: fiscal policy etc).
(2) In so far as this Chapter affects the law of Scotland—
(a) references in sections 1(1) and 2(1) to the law of England and Wales are to be read as references to the law of Scotland, and
(b) the reference in section 1(1) to the High Court is to be read as a reference to the Court of Session.
Specified date: 14 March 2012: see s 355.
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