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18(1)The IPSA's administration functions are its functions under—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)section 4 (payment of MPs' salaries),
(b)section 5(1) (payment of MPs' allowances),
(c)section 6 (dealing with allowances claims),
and the function of maintaining and publishing the register under section 8.
(2)The IPSA's regulation functions are its functions under—
(a)section 5(3) and (4) (preparing and revising MPs' allowances scheme),
(b)section 8 (preparing and revising MPs' code of conduct relating to financial interests) (except as mentioned in sub-paragraph (1) above), and
(c)section 9(5)(b), (7)(c), (9) and (10) (determining procedures for investigations etc).
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