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3(1)The Authority shall in every year hold an annual meeting and such other meetings as it thinks fit.E+W
(2)The annual meeting of the Authority shall be the first meeting held after 1st July in the year in question.
(3)The date and time for any meeting of the Authority shall be determined by the Authority.
(4)The chairman of the Authority may call a meeting of the Authority at any time.
(5)Any five or more members of the Authority may call a meeting of the Authority if they have made a written request to the chairman for such a meeting but the chairman—
(a)has refused to call the meeting; or
(b)has failed to call it before the end of the period of seven days beginning with the date of the making of the request.
(6)No business shall be transacted at any meeting of the Authority unless more than one quarter of its members are present.
(7)If, at any meeting of the Authority, both the chairman and vice-chairman of the Authority are absent, another member, chosen by the members present, shall preside.
4(1)Meetings of the Authority shall be held at such place, within the Broads or elsewhere, as it may decide.E+W
(2)Three clear days at least before any meeting of the Authority, notice of the time and place of the intended meeting shall be published at the offices of the Authority.
(3)Where the meeting is called by members of the Authority, the notice shall be signed by those members and shall specify the business to be transacted.
(4)A summons to attend the meeting, specifying the business proposed to be transacted, and signed by the proper officer of the Authority shall, subject to sub-paragraph (5) below, be left at or sent by post to the usual place of residence of every member of the Authority.
(5)If a member of the Authority gives written notice to the proper officer of the Authority that he wishes any such summons to be sent to him at an address specified in the notice, any such summons addressed to him and left at or sent by post to that address shall be deemed to have been properly served on him.
(6)Failure to serve a summons on any member of the Authority shall not affect the validity of the meeting of the Authority to which the summons relates.
(7)Except in the case of any matter which requires to be considered urgently, no business shall be transacted at any meeting of the Authority other than that specified in the summons to that meeting.
(8)Part VI of Schedule 12 to the M1Local Government Act 1972 (general procedural provisions relating to local authorities) shall apply in relation to the Authority as if it were a local authority and as if the reference in paragraph 43 to the election of members were a reference to their appointment.
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