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Diocesan Boards of Education Measure 1991

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1. Diocesan Boards of Education.

  3. 2. Functions of Board.

  4. 3. Transactions for which advice or consent of Board is required.

  5. 4. Advice of Board required for alteration of purposes of church educational endowments.

  6. 5. Proposals for acquisition of grant-maintained status.

  7. 6. Board to be consulted in certain cases.

  8. 7.Powers of Board to give directions to governing bodies of voluntary aided church schools.

  9. 8. Powers of Board to give directions to trustees of church educational endowments.

  10. 9. Attendance of diocesan director of education at aided school governing bodies’ proceedings.

  11. 10. Interpretation.

  12. 11. Amendment and repeal.

  13. 12. Transitional provisions.

  14. 13. Short title, extent and commencement.



      1. Part I Membership

        1. 1.The Board shall consist of— (a) the bishop;

        2. 2.Subject to paragraph 3 below, the diocesan synod shall by...

        3. 3.Where the number of deaneries in a diocese is less...

        4. 4.The bishop shall be chairman of the Board except that,...

        5. 5.The election of the elected members of the Board shall...

        6. 6.Where an elected member of the Board ceases to be...

        7. 7.Any casual vacancy among the elected members of the Board...

        8. 8.All members of the Board other than the bishop of...

        9. 9.A person who is in receipt of any remuneration as...

      2. Part II Proceedings

        1. 10.The quorum of the Board shall be eight of which...

        2. 11.The Board shall meet on at least three occasions during...

        3. 12.The Board may establish committees to assist in the discharging...

        4. 13.Subject to paragraph 10 above, the validity of any proceedings...

        5. 14.Subject to the preceding provisions of this Schedule and to...

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