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University of Wales, Cardiff Act 2004

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Part 4Miscellaneous

19Use of certain names

(1)No person other than the Institution shall, within a period of 25 years beginning with the date on which this Act is passed, use any of the names referred to in subsection (2) below without the consent of the Institution.

(2)The names to which subsection (1) above applies are:—

(a)University of Wales College of Medicine;

(b)Welsh National School of Medicine;

(c)any name derived from either of those names;

(d)any equivalent in Welsh of any of those names.

(3)The Institution shall not give its consent under subsection (1) above without the assent of the University of Wales.

(4)Subsection (1) above shall not apply to the University of Wales or to any person acting with the consent of the University of Wales.

(5)So much of the Institution as provides the subjects that, prior to the appointed day, were provided by the five Schools of the College, shall use a title which includes the name “Wales College of Medicine” for a period of not less than 5 years beginning on the appointed day.

20University of Wales College of Medicine Students' Club

(1)In this section:—

  • “the Club” means the unincorporated association known as University of Wales College of Medicine Students' Club;

  • “the constitution” means the constitution of the Club adopted on 6th February 2001 and amended on 24th September 2003.

(2)Subsection (3) below shall have effect if the Club is dissolved in accordance with the constitution upon the dissolution of the College on the appointed day.

(3)If this subsection has effect—

(a)sections 5 to 8 of this Act shall apply to the Club with all necessary modifications as if for references to the College there were substituted references to the Club; and

(b)the Institution shall hold all property, rights and privileges so transferred to it for the benefit of the students of the Institution, and may transfer the same without payment to any other body appearing to the Institution to have such aims, objects and functions in relation to such students as are similar to those of the Club prior to its dissolution.

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