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11.—(1) Except in so far as in any particular case such immunity or privilege is waived by the Organisation, experts (other than officers of the Organisation) serving on any committee of the Organisation or employed on missions on behalf of the Organisation shall, so far as is necessary for the effective exercise of their functions, enjoy–
(a)in respect of words spoken or written and all acts done or omitted to be done by them in the performance of their official functions, the like immunity from suit and legal process as is accorded to the head of a diplomatic mission;
(b)while exercising their functions (including during their journeys in connection with service on such committees or missions), the like immunity from personal arrest or detention as is accorded to the head of a diplomatic mission; and
(c)while exercising their functions (including during their journeys in connection with service on such committees or missions), the like inviolability for all papers and documents relating to the work on which they are engaged for the Organisation as is accorded to the head of a diplomatic mission.
(2) Part IV of Schedule 1 to the 1968 Act shall not operate so as to confer any immunity or privilege on the official staff or on families of such experts.
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