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EDUCATION, ENGLAND AND WALES
27th January 1998
Laid before Parliament
28th January 1998
Coming into force
18th February 1998
Whereas the Secretary of State for Education and Employment has received a proposal from the Further Education Funding Council for England, made in accordance with section 51 of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992(1) (“the Act”), for the dissolution under section 27 of the Act of the further education corporation known as Hyde-Clarendon College(2) (“the Transferor”);
Now therefore in exercise of the power conferred on him by section 27 of the Act the Secretary of State after consulting the Transferor and with the consent of the further education corporation known as Tameside College of Technology(3) (“the Transferee”) hereby makes the following Order:
1. This Order may be cited as The Hyde-Clarendon College (Dissolution) Order 1998 and shall come into force on 18th February 1998.
2. On 18th February 1998 the Transferor shall be dissolved and all of its property, rights and liabilities shall be tranferred to the Transferee, being a body corporate established for purposes which include the provision of educational facilities or services.
3. Section 26(2), (3) and (4) of the Act shall apply to any person employed by the Transferor immediately before 18th February 1998 as if the references in that section—
(a)to a person to whom that section applies were to a person so employed;
(b)to the operative date were to 18th February 1998;
(c)to the transferor were to the Transferor; and
(d)to the corporation were to the Transferee.
Minister of State,
Department for Education and Employment
27th January 1998
(This note is not part of the Order)
This Order dissolves the further education corporation established to conduct Hyde-Clarendon College. It provides that its property, rights and liabilities transfer to Tameside College of Technology and secures the rights of its employees by applying section 26(2) to (4) of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.