Church Commissioners Measure 1947

15 Transfer of Officers.E+W+S+N.I.

(1)On the appointed day every officer of either of the constituent authorities shall be transferred to, and become an officer of the Commissioners.

(2)The Commissioners may assign to any such officer (hereafter in this Measure referred to as a “transferred officer”) such duties as they think fit; but he shall not be in any worse position as respects tenure of office, conditions of service or salary than he would have been if this Measure had not been passed.

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