This Part of this Schedule applies in relation to the Scottish Tribunal.
A claim that a responsible body has contravened Chapter 1 of Part 6 because of a person's disability may be made to the Tribunal by—
(a) the person's parent;
(b) where the person has capacity to make the claim, the person.
(1) This paragraph applies if the Tribunal finds the contravention has occurred.
(2) The Tribunal may make such order as it thinks fit.
(3) The power under sub-paragraph (2)—
(a) may, in particular, be exercised with a view to obviating or reducing the adverse effect on the person of any matter to which the claim relates;
(b) does not include power to order the payment of compensation.
(1) The Scottish Ministers may make rules as to—
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