25.10. The community enrollment committee of an Inuit community has the following functions in respect of the community for which it was created:
(a) to receive and examine the application of a person who wishes to be enrolled as an Inuit beneficiary with that community in order to determine whether the person meets the enrollment criteria listed in section 25.1, and, if he is not prevented from enrolling by section 25.2, to affiliate the person with that community;
(b) to delete, even on its own initiative, the name of a beneficiary affiliated with that community who no longer meets the enrollment criteria set out in paragraphs a and b of section 25.1;
(c) to examine, even on its own initiative, the case of a person affiliated with that community in order to determine whether section 25.4 applies to that person and, if necessary, whether the person meets the other enrollment criteria listed in section 25.1;
(d) to decide, at the request of a beneficiary affiliated with another Inuit community, whether that beneficiary may become affiliated with that community;
(e) to decide, even on its own initiative, for the purposes of section 25.5, whether a beneficiary has maintained his principal residence outside the territory for 10 or more consecutive years for reasons other than those mentioned in the second paragraph of that section;
(f) to decide, on the application of a beneficiary affiliated with that community, whether that beneficiary has re-established his principal residence in the territory; and
(g) to inform the Enrollment Office of its decisions without delay so that the lists provided for in section 25.14 may be kept up to date.