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12.—(1) In these Regulations “temporary partnership governor” means—
(a)in the case of a new foundation school proposals for the establishment of which were published by a local education authority, a person appointed as such by the local education authority;
(b)in any other case, a person nominated as such by the proposers and appointed as such by the temporary governing body.
(2) A person who nominates a person for appointment as, or appoints a person as, a temporary partnership governor must be satisfied that the nominee or appointee appears to be—
(a)from the community which the new school serves or will serve; or
(b)committed to the good government and success of the school.
(3) A person is disqualified from nomination or appointment as a temporary partnership governor of a new school if he:
(a)is a parent of a child who is or is likely to become a registered pupil at the new school;
(b)is eligible to be a temporary staff governor of the new school;
(c)is an elected member of the local education authority; or
(d)is employed by the local education authority in connection with their functions as a local education authority.
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