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9.—(1) The Secretary of State is hereby authorised to make such payments in pursuance of a state bursary for adult education as, subject to paragraph (2), he thinks fit towards:—
(a)the fees for the course in respect of which it is bestowed;
(b)the maintenance of the person on whom it is bestowed (“the holder”) or of his dependants;
(c)the holder's travelling expenses during the course, and
(d)other expenses incurred by the holder in connection with his course.
(2) In determining the amount of such payments the Secretary of State shall take account of any income (including other awards) of:—
(a)the award holder;
(b)his dependants, and
(3) On a state bursary for adult education being bestowed on a person he shall forthwith submit to the Secretary of State a written statement of the income, or expected income, of himself and of any other person whose income falls to be taken into account under paragraph (2); and in the event of any change in the financial circumstances of either himself or such a person, at any time while he holds the award, he shall as soon as is reasonably practicable, submit to the Secretary of State a written statement giving particulars of the change.
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