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Scottish Homes

Volume 130: debated on Wednesday 30 March 1988

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Amendment made: No. 27, in page 42, leave out lines 19 to 26 and insert

' Execution of Documents

18. A document is validly executed by Scottish Homes if it is subscribed on its behalf by one of its members or by any other person duly authorised in that behalf.
19. A document shall be presumed, unless the contrary is shown, to have been validly executed by Scottish Homes if it bears to have been subscribed on its behalf by one of its members or by any other person duly authorised in that behalf and to have been sealed with its common seal (whether attested by witnesses or not).'. — [Lord James Douglas-Hamilton.]