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Ecclesiastical Offices (Age Limit) Measure 1975

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3 Provisions with respect to continuance in office of other office holders after attainment of retiring age.U.K.

[F1(A1)This section applies only in the case of a person who is holding office otherwise than under Common Tenure.]

(1)Where—

(a)an archbishop considers that there are special circumstances which make it desirable that a person holding the office of diocesan bishop in his province should continue in that office after the date on which he would otherwise retire in accordance with section 1 of this Measure, or

(b)a diocesan bishop considers that there are special circumstances which make it desirable that a person holding the office of suffragan bishop, dean, provost, residentiary canon or archdeacon in his diocese should continue in that office after the date on which he would otherwise retire in accordance with that section,

the archbishop or bishop, as the case may be, may from time to time authorise the continuance in that office of that person after that date for such period or further period, not exceeding one year in all, as he may specify [F2except that a diocesan bishop may exercise his powers under this subsection in relation to a suffragan bishop only after consultation with the archbishop of the province].

(2)Where a diocesan bishop considers that the pastoral needs of a parish in his diocese or of his diocese make it desirable that a person holding—

(a)the office of incumbent of a benefice in his diocese, or

(b)the office of vicar in a team ministry established for the area of any benefice in his diocese,

should continue in that office after the date on which he would otherwise retire in accordance with section 1 of this Measure, the bishop may, with the consent of the parochial church council of the parish, or, as the case may be, of each of the parishes, belonging to the benefice, from time to time authorise the continuance in that office of that person after that date for such period or further period, not exceeding two years in all, as he may specify.

(3)Where the Bishop of London considers it to be desirable on pastoral grounds that a person holding the office of vicar of a guild church should continue in that office after the date on which he would otherwise retire in accordance with section 1 of this Measure, he may, with the consent of the guild church council, from time to time authorise the continuance in that office of that person after that date for such period or further period, not exceeding two years in all, as he may specify.

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