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[F137][F2(1)Subject to the provisions of rule 1(3) and of F3. . . [F4paragraph (2)] of this rule, a lay person shall be qualified for election for any diocese by the diocesan electors of the diocese if—E
(b)he is of eighteen years of age on the date of the dissolution of the General Synod;
(c)his name is at 6.00 a.m. on the date of dissolution of the General Synod entered on the roll of any parish in the diocese or who at any time within the period of two months beginning one month immediately before that date is declared by the dean of the cathedral church to be a habitual worshipper at that cathedral church.]
F7(1A). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[F8[F9(2)]A person shall be disqualified from being nominated for election as a member of the General Synod if he holds any paid office or employment appointment to which is or may be made or confirmed by the General Synod, the Convocations, the Central Board of Finance, the Chucrch Commissioners for England (except that such disqualification shall not apply to any Commissioner so appointed in receipt of a salary or other emoluments), the Church of England Pensions Board or the Corporation of the Church House.]
[F10[F11(3)]Where a diocese is divided into two or more areas in accordance with rule [F1238(2)], any person who under this rule is qualified for election for the diocese shall be qualified for election for any such area whether or not the parish on whose roll his name is entered, or the cathedral church at which he is a habitual worshipper, is situated in that area, but no person shall be nominated for more than one such area at the same time.]
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