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1.—(1) In these Articles of Government—
“the Academic Board” means the body constituted in accordance with article 4,
“the Articles” means these Articles of Government,
“business member”, “community member”, “co-opted member”, “local authority member”, “staff member” and “student member” have the same meanings as in the Instrument of Government,
“Chair” and “Vice-Chair” means respectively the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Corporation appointed under clause 6 of the Instrument of Government,
“the clerk” means the Clerk to the Corporation,
“the Corporation” and “the Secretary of State” have the same meaning as in the Instrument of Government,
“the Council” means the Learning and Skills Council for England,
“operative date” has the same meaning as in the Central Sussex College (Incorporation) Order 2005(1),
“senior post” means the post of Principal and such other senior posts as the Corporation may determine for the purposes of these Articles,
“the staff” means all the staff of the institution,
“the Students' Union” means any association of the generality of students formed to further the educational purposes of the institution and the interests of students as students.
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