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57General functions of the CouncilE

(1)The Council shall also be under a duty—

(a)to maintain jointly with the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England (in this section referred to as the “the Commission”) a library of books, plans, drawings, photographs and other material relating to churches and cathedrals and the objects in them;

(b)to work closely with the Commission on matters of common concern;

(c)to present annually to the General Synod a report of its activities during the year and to send copies of the report to the Archbishops' Council, the Commissioners and the Secretary of State and, if the Council and the Commission think fit, the Council's report may be combined with an annual report of the Commission; and

(d)to carry out any duties or consider whether to exercise any powers imposed or conferred upon the Council by or under any other enactment.

(2)The Council shall have power, in connection with the carrying out of its functions, to acquire, on behalf of the Archbishops' Council, books, plans, drawings, photographs and other materials relating to churches and their contents and corresponding buildings used by Churches other than the Church of England and lands annexed thereto and their contents.

(3)The Council shall have power to act as a trustee or administer charities and trusts for any purpose connected with the carrying out of its functions.

(4)The Commissioners may make grants out of their general fund in respect of the expenses incurred by the Council—

(a)in providing information or advice to them whether at their request or otherwise, and

(b)in discharging any other functions of the Council under section 56(1)(b) to (d) above.

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I1S. 57 in force at 11.6.2008 by 2007 No. 3, Instrument made by Archbishops

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