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4(1)At the first meeting, a public services board must agree its terms of reference.
(2)The terms of reference must include—
(a)the procedure to be followed at subsequent meetings insofar as not specified in this Act;
(b)the proposed schedule of subsequent meetings;
(c)the procedure for inviting persons to participate under section 30 insofar as not specified in this Act;
(d)proposals relating to the manner in which the board intends to involve invited participants and its other partners;
(e)proposals for involving persons who, in the opinion of the board, are interested in the improvement of the area’s economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being (in addition to consulting such persons in accordance with sections 38(1)(k) and 43(1)(k));
(f)proposals for the establishment of one or more sub-groups including details of the functions to be exercised by any sub-group on behalf of the board (but see paragraph 6);
(g)the procedure for resolving a disagreement between members relating to the exercise of the board’s functions;
(h)any other terms relating to the operation of the board that the members consider appropriate.
(3)A public services board—
(a)must review its terms of reference at each meeting held under paragraph 3(1), and
(b)may review them at any other meeting.
(4)Following a review, a public services board may amend its terms of reference.
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