101 Enforcement: England
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(1) This section has effect for the purposes of sections 96 and 97 in their application to England, and it applies if the Secretary of State is satisfied that—
(a) a local education authority or specified body has failed to comply with section 96(2)(a) or is proposing to do so,
(b) a local education authority or governing body has failed to comply with section 96(3) or is proposing to do so, or
(c) a local education authority or specified body has failed to comply with section 97(2) or is proposing to do so.
(2) The Secretary of State may give such directions to the authority or body as he thinks fit.
(3) An authority or body must comply with any directions given to it under this section.
(4) A specified body is a body specified under section 100(1)(c).
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 154(1)(b).
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