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22Subsequent instruments and articles: England

A further education corporation in England may modify or replace their instrument of government or articles of government.

22ZASubsequent instruments and articles: Wales

(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the Welsh Ministers may—

(a)if a further education corporation in Wales submits a draft of an instrument of government to have effect in place of their existing instrument, by order make a new instrument of government in the terms of the draft or in such terms as they think fit, and

(b)if such a corporation submits draft modifications of an instrument made under paragraph (a), by order modify the instrument in the terms of the draft or in such terms as they think fit.

(2)The Welsh Ministers must not make a new instrument otherwise than in the terms of the draft, or modify the instrument otherwise than in the terms of the draft, unless they have consulted the corporation.

(3)If the institution conducted by a further education corporation mainly serves the population of England, or receives financial support from the Chief Executive of Skills Funding, the Welsh Ministers must consult the Chief Executive of Skills Funding before making an order under subsection (1).

(4)The Welsh Ministers may by order modify, replace or revoke any instrument of government or articles of government of any further education corporation in Wales.

(5)An order under subsection (4) may relate to all further education corporations in Wales, to any category of such corporations specified in the order or to any such corporation so specified.

(6)Before making an order under subsection (4), the Welsh Ministers must consult—

(a)the further education corporation or (as the case may be) each further education corporation to which the order relates, and

(b)the Chief Executive of Skills Funding, if the institution conducted by the corporation or (as the case may be) any corporation to which the order relates mainly serves the population of England, or receives financial support from the Chief Executive of Skills Funding.

(7)A further education corporation in Wales may, with the consent of the Welsh Ministers—

(a)make new articles of government in place of their existing articles, or

(b)modify their existing articles.

(8)The Welsh Ministers may by a direction under this section require further education corporations in Wales, any class of such corporations specified in the direction or any particular further education corporation so specified—

(a)to modify, replace or revoke their articles of government, or

(b)to secure that any rules or bye-laws made in pursuance of their articles of government are modified, replaced or revoked,

in any manner so specified.

(9)Before giving a direction under this section, the Welsh Ministers must consult the further education corporation or (as the case may be) each further education corporation to which the direction applies.]

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I1Sch. 12 para. 6 in force at 1.4.2012 by S.I. 2012/924, art. 2

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