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75.—(1) Wherever under the Rules any person has to appoint a person to the office of energy administrator, he is under a duty to satisfy himself that the person appointed or to be appointed has caution for the proper performance of his functions.
(2) In any energy administration proceedings the cost of the energy administrator’s caution shall be paid as an expense of the energy administration.
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