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36Ancillary powers of the AssemblyE+W

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(1)The Assembly may make arrangements with organisations under which the organisations perform the functions of the Assembly under section 35 on its behalf.

(2)Arrangements under subsection (1) may provide for the organisations to designate individuals who may perform functions of Welsh family proceedings officers.

(3)The Assembly may only make an arrangement under subsection (1) if it is of the opinion—

(a)that the functions in question will be performed efficiently and to the required standard; and

(b)that the arrangement represents good value for money.

(4)The Assembly may make arrangements with individuals under which they may perform functions of Welsh family proceedings officers.

(5)The Assembly may make arrangements with an organisation or individual under which staff of the Assembly engaged in the exercise of its functions under section 35 may work for the organisation or individual.

(6)The Assembly may make arrangements with an organisation or individual under which any services provided by the Assembly’s staff to the Assembly in the exercise of its functions under section 35 are also made available to the organisation or individual.

(7)The Assembly may charge for anything done under arrangements under subsection (5) and (6).

(8)In this section, references to organisations include public bodies and private or voluntary organisations.

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