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The Local Government (Executive Arrangements) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2015

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Variation of joint arrangementsN.I.

14.—(1) If a function, in relation to which arrangements have been made in accordance with regulation 13(2), is a function which becomes the responsibility of the relevant executive of the other council, the body which by virtue of regulation 7 or 8 has power to make arrangements under section 9 of the 2014 Act (arrangements for discharge of functions by councils jointly) in accordance with this Chapter must take the action specified in paragraph (2).

(2) As soon as reasonably practicable after the executive becomes responsible for the function, the appropriate body must—

(a)decide whether or not the function is to continue to be discharged in relation to the council in accordance with the existing arrangements; and

(b)notify in writing all of the other parties to the arrangements–

(i)that the executive of the other council has become responsible for the function; and

(ii)what decision has been made under sub-paragraph (a).

(3) Until the body decides whether or not the function is to continue to be discharged in accordance with the existing arrangements, the function is to continue to be discharged under the existing arrangements.

(4) Where the body decides that the function is to continue to be discharged in accordance with the existing arrangements, the function is to continue to be so discharged.

(5) Where the body decides that the function is not to continue to be discharged in accordance with the existing arrangements, and has notified in writing that decision to all the other parties to the arrangements, the function must cease to be so discharged.

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