(1) The responsible authority for each area must keep the arrangements established by it under section 325 under review with a view to monitoring their effectiveness and making any changes to them that appear necessary or expedient.
(2) The responsible authority for any area must exercise their functions under subsection (1) in consultation with persons appointed by the Secretary of State as lay advisers in relation to that authority.
(3) The Secretary of State must appoint two lay advisers under subsection (2) in relation to each responsible authority.
(4) The responsible authority must pay to or in respect
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