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9. (1) Where a member is appointed to the Authority, or a vacancy arises in the membership of the Authority for any reason other than resignation—
(a)where the member, or the member giving rise to the vacancy, was a local authority member, the council by whom he was appointed, or
(b)where the member, or the member giving rise to the vacancy, was appointed by the Secretary of State, the Secretary of State,
shall as soon as practicable give notice in writing to the Authority stating the name of the member appointed and the date of his appointment or, as the case may be, of the occurrence of the vacancy.
(2) As soon as practicable after receiving a notice under article 7 or this article, the Authority shall give public notice of—
(a)the appointment or, as the case may be, the resignation, termination or vacancy; and
(b)the name of the person concerned.
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