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14(1)The Parliamentary corporation is to pay—
(a)the remuneration and allowances of each member of the Commission, and
(b)any expenses incurred by the Commission in the exercise of its functions, so far as those expenses are not met out of sums received and applied by it under section 3(3).
(2)The Commission must, before the start of each financial year, prepare proposals for its use of resources and expenditure during the year and send the proposals to the Parliamentary corporation for approval by such date as the Parliamentary corporation may determine.
(3)The Commission may, in the course of a financial year, prepare revised proposals for its use of resources and expenditure during the remainder of the year and send the proposals to the Parliamentary corporation for approval.
(4)The proposals or, as the case may be, revised proposals must include a statement that the Commission has complied with the duty in paragraph 12(2) in preparing the proposals.
(5)Sub-paragraph (1)(b) does not require the Parliamentary corporation to pay any expenses incurred by the Commission which exceed, or are otherwise not covered by, any proposals approved under sub-paragraph (2) or (3).
(6)However, the Parliamentary corporation may pay those expenses.
(7)The financial year of the Commission is—
(a)the period beginning with the date on which the Commission is established and ending with 31st March next following that date, and
(b)each successive period of 12 months ending with 31st March.
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