There is to be a body, to be known as the Public Guardian Board1. Its duty is to scrutinise and review the way in which the Public Guardian2 discharges his functions and to make such recommendations to the Lord Chancellor3 about that matter as it thinks appropriate4. The Lord Chancellor must, in discharging his functions concerning the Public Guardian5, give due consideration to recommendations made by the Board6.
The Board must have: (1) at least one member who is a judge of the Court of Protection7; and (2) at least four members who are persons appearing to the Lord Chancellor
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