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Cathedrals Measure 2021

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(1)The bishop continues to have the principal seat and dignity in the cathedral.

(2)The bishop may, after consultation with the Chapter and subject to provision in the statutes, officiate in the cathedral and use it in the bishop's work of teaching and mission, for ordinations and synods and for other diocesan occasions and purposes.

(3)The bishop must attend the special meeting of the Chapter held under section 11(2).

(4)It is for the bishop, with the approval of the dean, to appoint each residentiary canon who is not appointed by the Crown.

(5)The bishop may seek the advice of the Chapter on any matter.

(6)The bishop may commission a review of such aspects of the cathedral's financial affairs, governance, management, operations or mission as the bishop considers necessary or appropriate.

(7)In commissioning a review under subsection (6), the bishop must have due regard to any guidance issued by the Church Commissioners in relation to such reviews; and the arrangements for appointing persons to carry out a review under that subsection must require those persons to have due regard to any such guidance.

(8)Where a review under subsection (6) is being carried out, the Chapter of the cathedral concerned must co-operate with the persons carrying it out.

(9)The Chapter must, in exercising its functions, have due regard to the conclusions reached on a review under subsection (6) and any recommendations made in the review.

(10)Where the Charity Commission makes a decision, direction or order under the Charities Act 2011 which affects a cathedral, the bishop is to be treated for the purposes of Schedule 6 to that Act (appeals and applications to Charity Tribunal) as a person who is or may be affected by the decision, direction or order.

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