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Care of Churches and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1991 (No. 1)

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20Discussion and reporting of defaults

If it appears to an archdeacon that—

(a)anything has been done in a parish in his archdeaconry which ought not to have been done without a faculty; or

(b)anything which ought to have been done in connection with the care of any church in his archdeaconry or any article appertaining to any such church has not been done,

he may convene an extraordinary meeting of the parochial church council, or an extraordinary parochial church meeting, of the parish concerned for the purpose of discussing the matter, and shall either take the chair himself or shall appoint a chairman to preside. The chairman, not being otherwise entitled to attend such meeting, shall not be entitled to vote upon any resolution before the meeting.

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