Subject to any provision made by or under the Chiropractors Act 1994, the General Council1 has power to do anything which is calculated to facilitate the discharge of its functions or which is incidental or conducive to the discharge of its functions2. In particular, the General Council has power: to borrow3; to appoint such staff as it may determine4; to pay its staff such salaries as it may determine5; to pay its staff, and the members of its committees and any of their sub-committees, such allowances and expenses as it may determine6; to make such provision for the payment
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