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46(1)During the four year transitional period, paragraph 1(c) shall have effect as if it provided for the appointment of 3 members by the Privy Council.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)Each of those members shall be appointed by the Privy Council after consultation with the Secretary of State.
(3)When appointing any such member the Privy Council shall designate him as a person appointed as one of the 3 members provided for by paragraph 1(c) (as modified by this paragraph).
(4)The 3 education members shall be persons appearing to the Privy Council to be qualified to advise the General Council on matters relating to education and training in chiropractic.
(5)In this paragraph “education member” means a member designated under this paragraph.
(6)Paragraph 6 shall not apply to any of the education members.
(7)Subject to paragraphs 4 to 7, the term of office of each of the education members shall end at the end of the four year transitional period.
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