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Scotland Act 1998

The Scotland Act (1998) is an act of the Westminster Parliament. Introduced by the Labour Government it is the act which established the devolved Scottish Parliament. The act sets out the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament, and has a schedule that lists the powers it doesn't have (called reserved matters) which remain the preserve of Westminster.

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