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20.—(1) There shall be a Governor of the Turks and Caicos Islands who shall be appointed by Her Majesty by Commission under Her Sign Manual and Signet and shall hold office during Her Majesty’s pleasure.
(2) The Governor shall have such functions as may be conferred upon him or her by or under this Constitution or any other law and such other functions as Her Majesty may from time to time be pleased to assign to him or her and, subject to this Constitution and, in the case of functions conferred upon him or her by or under any other law, subject to that law, shall perform all such functions (including functions which are expressed by this Constitution to be exercisable in his or her discretion or which the Governor is directed by this Constitution to exercise in his or her own judgement) according to such instructions, if any, as may be given to him or her by Her Majesty; but the question whether or not the Governor has in any matter complied with any such instructions shall not be inquired into by any court.
(3) A person appointed to the office of Governor shall, before assuming the functions of that office, make oaths of allegiance and for the due execution of that office in the forms set out in the Schedule to this Constitution.
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