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(1)Where a person or body to whom this section applies determines that all or any of the officers of that person or body should be transferred to any body or partnership of the kind mentioned in subsection (4) below as a common employer and the last mentioned body or partnership agrees to the transfer, the provisions of Schedule 3 to this Measure shall have effect in relation to each officer transferred.
(2)This section applies to the following bodies—
the Archbishops’ Council
the Church Commissioners
the Central Board of Finance
the Pensions Board.
(3)This section also applies to such other bodies or persons as the Archbishops of Canterbury and York acting jointly may by order determine after consultation with the bodies specified in subsection (2) above.
(4)Where two or more of the bodies or persons to whom this section applies enter into an agreement—
(a)which would be a partnership within the meaning of the M1Partnership Act 1890 if they were carrying on a business with a view to profit, and
(b)which provides for the employment of officers,
that agreement shall be deemed to be a partnership for the purposes of that Act, notwithstanding that they are not carrying on such a business.
(5)Any partnership agreement of the kind mentioned in subsection (4) above may provide for the admission to the partnership of one or more of the bodies mentioned in subsection (2) above as general partners and of one or more of the bodies or persons to whom this section applies as limited partners.
In this subsection “limited partner” and “general partner” have the same meanings as in the M2Limited Partnerships Act 1907.
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