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87. (1) In this Chapter—
(a)references to the proposed date of implementation are references—
(i)in relation to any school in respect of which a proposal for acquisition of grant‐maintained integrated status is required to be submitted under Article 71(1), to the date speciﬁed in accordance with Article 70(4)(b) in the information given for the purposes of the originating ballot to persons eligible to vote in that ballot (within the meaning of Article 70); and
(ii)in relation to any school in respect of which[F1 a proposal has been submitted under Article 71(1) or (2)], to the date speciﬁed in the proposal as the proposed date of implementation;
(b)references, in relation to any school in respect of which such a proposal has been approved, to the proposal are references to the proposal as approved.
(2) In relation to any proposal for acquisition of grant‐maintained integrated status required to be submitted under Article 71(1) in respect of any school, the reference in paragraph (1)(a) to the originating ballot is a reference—
(a)where paragraph (1) of that Article applies, to the ballot by reference to which it applies; and
(b)where the proposal is required to be published by virtue of a requirement imposed by the Department under paragraph (5) or (11) of that Article, to the last ballot held in accordance with Article 70 in relation to the school before that requirement was imposed.
(3) In this Part—
“incorporation date” means, in relation to a grant‐maintained integrated school, the date on which the Board of Governors of the school is incorporated under Article 72;
“relevant board” means—
(a)in relation to a controlled school, the board responsible for the management of the school;
(b)in relation to a maintained school, the board by which the school is maintained;
(c)in relation to any other voluntary school or an independent school, the board for the area in which the school is situated;
(d)in relation to a proposal to establish a new grant‐maintained integrated school, the board for the area in which the school is proposed to be.
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