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16. Subject to the provisions of this standard constitution and its establishment order—
(a)a commons council may make standing orders with respect to its proceedings, including in particular provision about—
(ii)a place of meeting;
(iii)frequency of meetings;
(iv)notice to be given of meetings;
(v)procedure at meetings of the council and any committees appointed by it; and
(vi)procedure for the election, appointment and co-option of members;
(b)the council may amend or revoke any such standing orders; and
(c)the council and any committee of the council may, subject to such standing orders, regulate its proceedings as it thinks fit.
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