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1. The following provisions of the Local Government Act 1972(1) shall have effect as if references to a joint authority included references to an authority established by this order—
(a)section 70 (restriction on promotion of Bills for changing local government areas);
(b)section 80(1)(a) and (2)(b) (disqualification for election and holding office);
(c)section 85(4) (failure to attend meetings);
(d)section 86(2) (declaration of vacancy);
(e)section 92(7) (proceedings for disqualification);
(f)section 98(1A) (pecuniary interests);
(g)section 99 (meetings and proceedings);
(h)section 100J(1)(b) (access to information)(2);
(i)section 101(13) (discharge of functions);
(j)section 146A(1) (miscellaneous powers of local authorities);
(k)section 153(3) (application of capital money);
(l)sections 176(3) and 177(1)(ac) (allowances to members);
(m)section 223(2) (legal proceedings);
(n)sections 224(2), 225(3), 228(7A), 229(8), 230(2), 231(4), 232(1A), 233(11) and 234(4) (documents and notices);
(o)section 239(4A) (promoting and opposing local or personal Bills); and
(p)paragraphs 6A and 46 of Schedule 12 (meetings and proceedings).
Relevant amendments to these provisions were made by Part I of Schedule 14 to Local Government Act 1985.
Inserted by section 1(1) of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 (c.43).