[(1) In this Chapter, “recall adjudicator” means a person for the time being appointed as such by the Secretary of State.
(2) The Secretary of State may appoint the Board or another person.
(3) The Secretary of State may, in particular, appoint a person—
(a) to carry out all or only some of the functions of a recall adjudicator;
(b) to carry out such functions only in relation to a specified area;
(c) to carry out such functions only in relation to a specified description of case.
(4) The Secretary of State may make rules with respect to the proceedings of
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