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10In section 12 of the M1Cathedrals Measure 1963 (provisions as to parishes of parish church cathedrals) for subsection (3) there shall be substituted the following subsection—E
“(3)Upon the transfer of the functions of the parochial church council of any parish under subsection (1) of this section, the Church Representation Rules contained in Schedule 3 to the Synodical Government Measure 1969 shall have effect in relation to that parish subject to the following modifications—
(a)for any reference to the parochial church council there shall be substituted a reference to the administrative body;
(b)paragraphs (3) and (5) of Rule 8, Rules 12 to 17B, paragraphs (2) and (3) and the words “or extraordinary” in paragraph (4) of Rule 18 and Appendix II shall not apply;
(c)in paragraph (9) of Rule 8 for the reference to the secretary of the parochial church council there shall be substituted a reference to the clerk to the administrative body; and
(d)in paragraph (1) of Rule 18 for the reference to a written representation by not less than one-third of the lay members of the parochial church council there shall be substituted a reference to a written representation by not less than one-half of the lay members of the administrative body:
Provided that an annual parochial church meeting shall not be entitled by virtue of this section to receive under paragraph (1) of Rule 8 of the said Rules any information or accounts which they would not have been entitled to receive thereunder if the said transfer had not taken place.”.
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