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The following bodies and persons are relevant authorities by virtue of Article 4(1)(c)—
1. A general health services provider, that is to say—N.I.
(a)an individual undertaking to provide general medical services or general dental services under Part VI of the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1972 (NI 14);
(b)a person (whether an individual or a body) undertaking to provide general ophthalmic services or pharmaceutical services under Part VI of that Order; or
(c)an individual performing personal medical services or personal dental services in accordance with arrangements made under Article 15B of that Order (except as employees of, or otherwise on behalf of, a health and social services body or an independent provider).
2. An independent provider, that is to say a person (whether an individual or a body)—N.I.
(a)providing services of any kind under arrangements with a health and social services body or a general health services provider; and
(b)not being a health and social services body or a general health services provider.
3. Any person carrying on any of the following within the meaning of the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 (NI 2)—N.I.
(a)a children's home or voluntary home;
(b)a residential care home, nursing home or private hospital in which children are accommodated.
4. A person providing day care to which Article 118(1)(b) of the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 (NI 2) applies.N.I.
5. The Board of Governors of a grant-aided school, within the meaning of the Education and Libraries (Northern Ireland) Order 1986 (NI 3).N.I.
6. The managers of an independent school, within the meaning of that Order.N.I.
7. The governing body of an institution of further education, within the meaning of the Further Education (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 (NI 15).N.I.
8. The Northern Ireland Commissioner for Complaints.N.I.
9. The Assembly Ombudsman for Northern Ireland.N.I.
10. The Northern Ireland Film Commission.N.I.
11. The Northern Ireland Court Service.N.I.
12. The Northern Ireland Policing Board and the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland.N.I.
13. F1... anyF1... body or person with whom the Secretary of State has made arrangements for the provision of juvenile justice centres or attendance centres under the Criminal Justice (Children) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998 (NI 9).N.I.
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14. The Probation Board for Northern Ireland.N.I.
15. The Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice in Northern Ireland.N.I.
16. The Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission.N.I.
17. The Northern Ireland Law Commission.N.I.
18. The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland.N.I.
19. The Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration.N.I.
20. The Information CommissionerN.I.
21. The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.N.I.
22. The Northern Ireland Office.N.I.
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