—(1) The common seal of the Academy may, from time to time, be broken, changed, altered and made anew as the Senate think fit.
(2) All deeds, documents and other instruments requiring the seal of the Academy shall be sealed with the common seal of the Academy and every instrument to which the common seal is affixed shall be signed by a member and shall be countersigned by any two members of the Senate duly authorised by the Senate for that purpose, and such signing shall be sufficient evidence that the seal was duly and properly affixed and that the seal is the lawful seal of the Academy.
(3) The Senate may by resolution or otherwise appoint an officer of the Academy or any other agent, either generally or in a particular case, to execute or sign on behalf of the Academy any agreement or other instrument not under seal in relation to any matter coming within the powers of the Academy.
25. No action shall be maintained against the Academy and the members of the Senate by an advocate and solicitor or by a member or qualified person in respect of any act done by the members of the Senate in their official capacity.
—(1) The Senate may from time to time make such rules as they may consider necessary or expedient to give effect to the provisions and purposes of this Act and for the due administration thereof.
(2) Rules made under this Act may make different provisions for different classes of persons and different circumstances.