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(1) Subject to the provisions of this Part, the Commission may do anything which it considers—
(a) is necessary or appropriate for, or for facilitating, the discharge of its functions, or
(b) is incidental or conducive to the discharge of its functions.
(2) In particular, the Commission shall have power—
(a) to enter into any contract,
(b) to make grants (with or without conditions),
(c) to make loans,
(d) to invest money,
(e) to promote or assist in the promotion of publicity relating to its functions,
(f) to undertake any inquiry or investigation which it may consider appropriate in relation to the discharge of any of its functions, and
(g) to give the Lord Chancellor any advice which it may consider appropriate in relation to matters concerning any of its functions.
(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not confer on the Commission power to borrow money.
(4) The Commission may make such arrangements as it considers appropriate for the discharge of its functions, including the delegation of any of its functions.
(5) The Lord Chancellor may by order require the Commission—
(a) to delegate any function specified in the order or to delegate any function so specified to a person (or person of a description) so specified,
(b) not to delegate any function so specified or not to delegate any function so specified to a person (or person of a description) so specified, or
(c) to make arrangements such as are specified in the order in relation to the delegation of any function so specified.
To be appointed: see s 108(1).