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(1)HEFCW must prepare and publish a code relating to the organisation and management of the financial affairs of regulated institutions (referred to in this Act as “the Code”).
(2)The Code may make provision about the following matters (among others)—
(a)circumstances in which a regulated institution is to enter into a transaction of a class specified in the Code only with the consent of HEFCW;
(b)accounting and audit arrangements of regulated institutions;
(c)the provision of information to HEFCW.
(3)A provision of the Code may take the form of a requirement or guidance.
(4)The governing body of a regulated institution must—
(a)comply with any requirement imposed by the Code;
(b)take into account any guidance contained in the Code.
(5)HEFCW may publish the Code in whatever way they think appropriate.
(a)keep the Code under review, and
(b)if they think it appropriate, prepare and publish a revised Code.
(7)The Code may make different provision for different purposes (including for different institutions and different descriptions of institution).
(8)For the purposes of this Part, the Open University is not to be treated as a regulated institution.
(9)In sections 28, 29 and 30, “the first Code” means the first Code to be published under this section.
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