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11.—(1) In connection with the exercise of its functions the Board may establish—N.I.
(a)advisory committees, to consider such matters as may be referred to those committees by the Board,
(b)an executive committee, to exercise, on behalf of and in the name of the Board, such functions of the Board as may, in accordance with directions, be delegated to the committee by the Board.
(2) An advisory committee may contain members who are not members of the Board.
(3) The procedure to be observed at meetings of an advisory committee and the manner in which its business is to be transacted shall be such as the committee may determine.
(4) The Board may pay to any members of an advisory committee who are not members of the Board such allowances, including compensation for loss of remunerative time, as the Department may determine.
(5) Paragraphs 9 and 10 apply to a committee of the Board as they apply to the Board.
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