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(1)A Local Commissioner in Wales is to have the functions conferred on him by this Part and such other functions as may be conferred on him by order made by the National Assembly for Wales under this subsection.
(2)The Commission for Local Administration in Wales—
(a)may issue guidance to relevant authorities in Wales (other than police authorities) on matters relating to the conduct of members and co-opted members of such authorities,
(b)may issue guidance to relevant authorities in Wales (other than police authorities) in relation to the qualifications or experience which monitoring officers should possess, and
(c)may arrange for any such guidance to be made public.
(3)The National Assembly for Wales may by regulations make provision which, for the purpose of any provisions of Part III of the M1Local Government Act 1974 specified in the regulations, treats—
(a)functions of a Local Commissioner in Wales under Part III of that Act as including his functions under this Part,
(b)functions of the Commission for Local Administration in Wales under Part III of that Act as including functions of the Commission under this Part, or
(c)expenses of the Commission for Local Administration in Wales under Part III of that Act as including expenses of the Commission, or a Local Commissioner in Wales, under this Part.
(4)The provision which may be made by virtue of subsection (3) includes provision which modifies, or applies or reproduces (with or without modifications), any provisions of Part III of that Act.
(5)In this Part “Local Commissioner in Wales” means a Local Commissioner (within the meaning of Part III of that Act) who is a member of the Commission for Local Administration in Wales.
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