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2.—(1) The chairman may call a meeting of the Commission at any time.
(2) If a requisition for a meeting, signed by at least half of the members, is presented to the chairman, and the chairman either—
(a)refuses to call a meeting; or
(b)without so refusing, does not within 21 days after the requisition has been presented to him call a meeting,
those members may forthwith call a meeting.
(3) Before each meeting of the Commission, a notice of the meeting which—
(a)specifies the principal business proposed to be transacted at it; and
(b)is signed by the chairman or by an officer of the Commission authorised by the chairman to sign on his behalf,
shall be delivered to each member, or sent by post to his last known address, at least seven clear days before the day of the meeting.
(4) The proceedings of any meeting shall not be invalidated by a failure to deliver such notice to any member.
(5) In the case of a meeting called under sub-paragraph (2) above by members, the notice shall be signed by those members and no business other than that specified in the notice shall be transacted at the meeting.
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