Decisions of the trustees of a trust scheme1 may, unless the scheme provides otherwise, be taken by agreement of a majority of the trustees2. Where decisions of the trustees of a trust scheme may be taken by agreement of a majority of the trustees:
(1) the trustees may, unless the scheme provides otherwise, by a determination require not less than the number of trustees specified in the determination to be present when any decision is so taken3; and
(2) notice of any occasions at which decisions may be so taken must, unless the occasion falls within a prescribed
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