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Legal case on powers of governing body

Discussion in 'Governors' started by harsh-but-fair, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    Ah, but this judgment is particularly interesting ...
  2. montiagh

    montiagh New commenter

    It is interesting because it clearly defines what '7 days clear' in governance means which is a nine day process. Even the dfe have altered the 2012 Gttl to put the word clear in. It's a nine day process. Day one you deliver the communication, days 2-8 are the 7 clear days in between and day nine is the earliest meeting date.

    The full story of the case was discussed on another web site and it was jaw opening and how the chair of their governors has not been sacked I do not know.

    I hope all governing bodies now adopt this as it is the law.

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