The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration1 must co-operate with prescribed persons2 in so far as he thinks it consistent with the efficient and effective performance of his functions3. He may act jointly with prescribed persons where he thinks it in the interests of the efficient and effective performance of his functions4, and he may assist a prescribed person5. He may also delegate a specified aspect of his functions to a prescribed person6.
If the Chief Inspector believes that:
(1) a prescribed person proposes to inspect any aspect of the work of a listed person
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