(1) This Schedule has effect in relation to a body designated by a delegation order under section 1252 as follows—
(a) paragraphs 2 to 12 have effect in relation to the body where it is established by the order;
(b) paragraphs 2 and 6 to 11 have effect in relation to the body where it is an existing body;
(c) paragraph 13 has effect in relation to the body where it is an existing body that is an unincorporated association.
(2) In their operation in accordance with sub-paragraph (1)(b), paragraphs 2 and 6 apply only in relation to—
(a) things done by or in relation to the body in or in connection with the exercise of functions transferred to it by the delegation order, and
(b) functions of the body which are functions so transferred.
(3) Any power conferred by this Schedule to make provision by order is a power to make provision by an order under section 1252.
The body is not to be regarded as acting on behalf of the Crown and its members, officers and employees are not to be regarded as Crown servants.
(1) The body is to be known by such name as may be specified in the delegation order.
(2) The body is to consist of such persons (not being less than eight) as the Secretary of State may appoint after such consultation as he thinks appropriate.
(3) The chairman of the body
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