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The Local Access Forums (England) Regulations 2007

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5.—(1) An appointing authority may re-appoint a person who ceases to be a member of a local access forum on the expiry of his term.

(2) An appointing authority which terminates the appointment of a member of a local access forum (other than a joint local access forum) under regulation 4(4)(c) may appoint that person to another local access forum in their area.

(3) Where the appointing authorities for the area of a joint local access forum terminate the appointment of a member under regulation 4(4)(c), any of the authorities may appoint that person to another local access forum in their area.

(4) A member who—

(a)has his appointment to one forum (“Forum 1”) terminated under regulation 4(4)(c), and

(b)is appointed to another forum (“Forum 2”) under paragraph (2) or (3),

shall be appointed to Forum 2 for a maximum term calculated by applying the formula A – B, where—

  • A is three years; and

  • B is the period the member served on Forum 1 during his most recent term of appointment.

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