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The European Public Limited-Liability Company Regulations 2004

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Part 1: Composition of the representative body

(1) The management of the SE shall arrange for the establishment of a representative body in accordance with the following provisions-

(a)the representative body shall be composed of employees of the SE and its subsidiaries and establishments;

(b)the representative body shall be composed of one member for each 10% of fraction thereof of employees of the SE, its subsidiaries and establishments employed for the time being in each Member State;

(c)the members of the representative body shall be elected or appointed by the members of the special negotiating body; and

(d)the election or appointment shall be carried out by whatever method the special negotiating body decides.

2.  Where its size so warrants, the representative body shall elect a select committee from among its members comprising at most three members.

3.  The representative body shall adopt rules of procedure.

4.  The representative body shall inform the competent organ of the SE of the composition of the representative body and any changes in its composition.

5.—(1) Four years after its establishment, the representative body shall decide whether to open negotiations with the competent organ of the SE to reach an employee involvement agreement or whether the standard rules in Part 2 and, where applicable, Part 3 of this Schedule shall continue to apply.

(2) Where a decision is taken under sub-paragraph (1) to open negotiations, regulations 27 to 29 and 31 shall apply to the representative body as they apply to the special negotiating body.

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