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(1)Where by virtue of an existing local provision any function of appointing or revoking the appointment of the auditor of a relevant harbour authority or determining the amount of the remuneration or expenses payable to such an auditor is exercisable by a Minister of the Crown, it shall be exercisable instead by the authority itself; and any requirement that the consent or approval of such a Minister be given with respect to the exercise of such a function shall cease to have effect.
(2)Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any such provision, a person shall be qualified for appointment as auditor of a relevant harbour authority if, but only if, he would be qualified for the appointment under section 389 of the Companies Act 1985, assuming that the authority were a company to which the provisions of that section other than subsection (2) applied.
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