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Registrar Of Friendly Societies

Volume 13: debated on Monday 23 November 1981

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many replies were received to the advertisement for the post of Registrar of Friendly Societies; how many other candidates there were for this post; what was the nature of the final short-list; and how many of the original list of candidates and those on the short-list were in possession of legal qualifications.

Thirty-four of the 41 applicants for the post of Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies stated that they had learnt of the post through public advertisements. There were eight candidates on the final short-list, of whom five were responding to advertisements. Twenty-six of all the applicants and five of the candidates on the short-list possessed legal qualifications.