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7. (1) Except in so far as in any particular case such immunity or privilege is waived by the Commission, the Executive Secretary shall enjoy–
(a)the like immunity from suit and legal process as is accorded to or in respect of the head of a diplomatic mission;
(b)the like inviolability of residence as is accorded to or in respect of the head of a diplomatic mission; and
(c)the like exemption or relief from local taxes (as described in the exception in Section A1 of Part II of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998(1)) as is accorded to or in respect of 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 family of the Executive Secretary, other than a spouse (or civil partner) and any child (under the age of 18) forming part of the household.
(3) Sub paragraph (1) shall apply to the spouse (or civil partner) and any child of the Executive Secretary as it applies to the Executive Secretary.
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