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King George VI Memorial Youth Council Act (Northern Ireland) 1957

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Establishment of the Council.

  3. 2.Functions of the Council.

  4. 3.Execution and operation of vesting agreement.

  5. 4.Exemption of vesting agreement from stamp duty.

  6. 5.Power to appoint new members of Council in certain events.

  7. 6.Provision for alteration of First Schedule.

  8. 7.Reports and returns by the Council.

  9. 8.Short title.



      1. Incorporation (1) The Council shall be a body corporate with perpetual...

        1. Incorporation

          1. 1.(1) The Council shall be a body corporate with perpetual...

          2. 2.The Council may sue and be sued in its own...

        2. Membership

          1. 3.(1) The Council shall consist of not more than forty...

          2. 4.The Council may from time to time appoint a Patron...

          3. 5.The Council may add to its members but so that...

          4. 6.A member of the Council who has—

          5. 7.The Council shall keep a membership book in which there...

          6. 8.(1) The Chairman and deputy Chairman of the Council shall...

          7. 9.(1) It shall be a condition of service of a...

        3. Secretary

          1. 10.(1) The Council may appoint some fit person to act...

        4. Meetings of the Council

          1. 11.(1) At a meeting of the Council the Chairman shall,...

          2. 12.(1) The quorum for a meeting of the Council shall...

          3. 13.The Council shall hold general meetings at least twice in...

          4. 14.The Chairman or any two members of the Council may...

          5. 15.Notice in writing of every meeting, whether general, special or...

          6. 16.If a quorum shall not have assembled within half an...

        5. Committees of the Council

          1. 17.The Council may, at any meeting, appoint two or more...

          2. 18.(1) The Council shall at least once in each year...

        6. Minutes

          1. 19.A minute book shall be kept by the Council and...

        7. Accounts and Audit

          1. 20.(1) Full accounts shall be kept, in proper books of...

        8. Bank Account

          1. 21.A banking account for the purposes of the Council shall...

        9. Seal

          1. 22.(1) The seal of the Council shall, when applied to...

        10. Superannuation

          1. 23.The Council may with the approval of the Ministry give...

        11. Investment

          1. 24.The Council may invest any money in its hands and...

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