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12(1)A dwelling-house used for occupation by a person employed to work at a school is to be treated for the purposes of this Schedule as used for the purposes of the school.E+W
(2)In this Schedule—
(a)the “foundation body”, in relation to a school, has the same meaning as in SSFA 1998 (see section 21(4) of that Act);
(b)the “trustees”, in relation to a school, means any person (other than the governing body) holding property on trust for the purposes of the school.
(3)In this Schedule, “publicly funded land” means—
(a)in relation to land held by a governing body, land falling within any of paragraphs (a) to (i) of paragraph A1(1) of Schedule 22 to SSFA 1998 (disposals of school land on discontinuance etc);
(b)in relation to land held by a foundation body, land falling within any of paragraphs (a) to (h) of paragraph A7(1) of that Schedule;
(c)in relation to land held by trustees, land falling within paragraph (1), (2) or (3) of paragraph A13 of that Schedule.
(4)References in this Schedule to a transfer of land are to the transfer of a freehold or leasehold interest in the land or to the grant of a lease in respect of the land; and references to a transfer back of land are to the transfer of a freehold or leasehold interest in the land or to the surrender of a lease in respect of the land.
(5)References in this Schedule to a lease include references to a sub-lease.
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