International Health Bodies (Corporate Status) Act, 1971


6.—(1) A body to which a corporate status order relates shall supply the Minister with such information (including copies of annual or other duly audited accounts) as he may reasonably require.

(2) In case the Minister proposes to make a revoking order under section 7 of this Act because he thinks it is in the public interest to do so, he may, before making the order, require the body, to which the corporate status order which he proposes to revoke relates, to supply him with such information as he considers necessary to enable him to determine whether any provision mentioned in paragraph (b, (c) or (d) of section 7 (2) of this Act, or any other consequential provision, should be included in the revoking order.

(3) A requirement of the Minister under subsection (2) of this section shall be complied with.