Remuneration and expenses

47 Remuneration of members

(1)

A member of a statutory entity is entitled to receive, from the funds of the entity, remuneration not within section 48 for services as a member at a rate and of a kind determined by—

(a)

the responsible Minister, in the case of a member of a Crown agent or autonomous Crown entity, in accordance with the fees framework; or

(b)

the Remuneration Authority in accordance with the Remuneration Authority Act 1977, in the case of—

(i)

a member of an independent Crown entity; or

(ii)

a member of a Crown agent or autonomous Crown entity that is a corporation sole.

(2)

The following office holders are not entitled to any remuneration for services as a member of the statutory entity in addition to his or her remuneration in respect of that office:

(a)

a Judge:

(b)

a member of Parliament:

(c)

an employee (including a chief executive) within any part of the State services who is acting as a member of the statutory entity as a representative of all or any part of the State services.