(1)The [F2Assembly]F2 may appoint a local authority, [F3a National Park authority], the development corporation of a new town or any other body or person to act as [F4its]F4 agent to carry out the [F5Assembly's]F5 functions mentioned in section 1(3)(a) [F6, (da)] and (f) to (i) above [F7or section 21C below].
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(2)For the purpose of assisting the [F2Assembly]F2 to carry out any of the functions referred to in subsection (1) above, a local authority, [F3a National Park authority] or a development corporation, or any other body of a public nature, on being so requested by the [F9Assembly]F9, may place the services of any of their staff at the [F5Assembly's]F5 disposal, on such terms as may be agreed with the [F2Assembly]F2.
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