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13(1)The Committee may do anything which appears to it—
(a)to be necessary or expedient for the purpose of, or in connection with, the exercise of its functions;
(b)to be conducive to the exercise of its functions.
(2)In particular, the Committee may—
(a)enter into contracts;
(b)with the agreement of the Scottish Ministers, borrow money;
(c)with the agreement of the Scottish Ministers, acquire and dispose of land;
(d)obtain advice and assistance from any person who, in the Committee’s opinion, is qualified to give it.
(3)The Committee may pay to any person from whom advice or assistance is obtained such fees, remuneration and allowances as the Committee may, with the agreement of the Scottish Ministers, determine.
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