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The Water and Sewerage Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006

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The Water Appeals Commission

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292.—(1) There shall continue to be a body known as the Water Appeals Commission for Northern Ireland (in this Order referred to as “the Appeals Commission”).

(2) The Appeals Commission shall consist of—

(a)a Chief Commissioner; and

(b)such number of other Commissioners as the Office may determine.

(3) The Commissioners shall be appointed by the Office.

(4) Subject as follows a Commissioner shall hold office in accordance with the terms of his appointment.

(5) A Commissioner shall not—

(a)engage directly or indirectly; or

(b)be a partner of any person who so engages,

in a gainful profession, occupation or business if to do so would in any way be incompatible with his functions as a Commissioner.

(6) There shall be paid to a Commissioner or in respect of his service such remuneration and allowances and such pension, allowances or benefits as the Office may determine.

(7) The Office may appoint persons to assist the Appeals Commission in the performance of its functions.

(8) There shall be paid to persons appointed under paragraph (7) such remuneration and allowances and to, or in respect of the service of, those persons such pension, allowances or benefits as the Office may determine.

(9) A determination of the Office under this Article requires the approval of DFP.

(10) In this Article “the Office” means the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister.

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