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18 Standing Orders
18.1 The Council may from time to time make Standing Orders for the regulation of its own business and that of its Boards and Committees, or for any other purpose, provided that such Standing Orders are not repugnant or contradictory to anything contained in the Memorandum or Articles. Such Standing Orders may be made, amended or repealed at any meeting of the Council, provided that notice of any proposed new Standing Order, amendment or repeal has been given in the notice of the meeting. Such notice shall specify the proposed new Standing Order, amendment or repeal. Each Council Member shall on his election or appointment be entitled to receive a copy of all Standing Orders in operation at that time.

 


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