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Health and Social Care Act 2008

Section 102: Further provisions about listed persons

321.Section 102 provides that the OHPA may pay fees, allowances and expenses to people it has appointed to its lists. It also provides that allowances and expenses may be paid to those persons that the OHPA proposes to appoint to its lists, but only in connection with the provision of training for them. The OHPA must provide, or arrange for the provision of, training for those included on a list and may provide, or arrange for the provision of, training for prospective appointees to a list.

322.The OHPA must establish and maintain a system for the declaration and registration of the private interests of a person included on any of the lists and publish entries recorded in the register.

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