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    30. Resignation, disqualification and co-option

    (1) Notwithstanding anything in the instrument under which he is appointed, an appointed member of the Committee may resign his office by a written notice given under his hand to, and accepted by, the Minister, and a member of the Committee who ceases to hold office shall, unless otherwise disqualified, be eligible for reappointment.

    (2) If an appointed member of the Committee

    (a) absents himself from 3 consecutive ordinary meetings of the Committee without having obtained leave of absence from the Minister;

    (b) has his appointment terminated by the Minister with the approval of the Governor, on the grounds of inability, inefficiency or misbehaviour; or

    (c) is a person in respect of whom an administration order is in force under Part 6 of the Guardianship and Administration Act 1990 1;

    his office becomes vacant and he shall not be eligible for reappointment.

    (3) The Committee has power, subject to the approval of the Minister and on such terms and conditions as the Minister may determine, to invite any person to act in an advisory capacity to the Committee in relation to any or all aspects of the functions of the Committee, but any such person shall not be entitled to a vote in the Committee.

    [Section 30 amended by No. 24 of 1990 s. 123.]

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