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Exported Animals (Compensation) Act (Northern Ireland) 1952

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Section 2.

FIRST SCHEDULEN.I.TERM OF OFFICE, MEETINGS AND PROCEDURE OF THE TRUSTEES

N.I.Term of Office

1N.I.Subject to the provisions of Article 2 of this Schedule, every member of the Trustees shall, unless he sooner dies, resigns, or becomes disqualified, hold his office as such member for the term of ten years to be reckoned—

Sub-para.(a) rep. by SLR 1976

(b)F1 from the expiration of the term of office of his predecessor.

F1SLR 1976

2N.I.A member of the Trustees appointed to fill a casual vacancy in the membership of the Trustees shall, unless he sooner dies, resigns or becomes disqualified, hold office for the residue of the term for which the member, whose death, resignation or disqualification occasioned the vacancy, would have held office if he had not died, resigned, or become disqualified.

3N.I.A member of the Trustees may at any time resign his office as such member by letter addressed to the secretary of the Trustees, and every such resignation shall take effect at the commencement of the meeting of the Trustees commencing next after the receipt of such resignation by the Trustees.

4N.I.A member of the Trustees shall become disqualified for office as such member upon the happening of any of the following events, that is to say:—

(a)the absence of such member from four consecutive ordinary meetings of the Trustees;

(b)the ceasing of such member to have the qualifications required by this Act for membership of the Trustees.

5N.I.Every member of the Trustees shall, on the cessation of his membership by lapse of time, be eligible for re-appointment.

N.I.Meetings of the Trustees

6N.I.Ordinary meetings of the Trustees shall be held at such times (not being less frequently than once in every period of three consecutive months) as the Trustees may appoint either generally or in respect of any particular ordinary meeting. Ordinary meetings of the Trustees shall be summoned by their secretary in the prescribed manner.

7N.I.A special meeting of the Trustees may be held for any purpose, and at any time, for and at which the Chairman of the Trustees considers a special meeting necessary or desirable, and every such meeting shall be summoned by the secretary to the Trustees in the prescribed manner.

N.I.Procedure

8N.I.The procedure of the Trustees at their meetings and otherwise shall be such as may be prescribed.

9N.I.At any meeting of the Trustees three members shall constitute a quorum.

10N.I.At every meeting of the Trustees, the Chairman of the Trustees, if present, shall be the chairman of the meeting; and, if he is absent, such member of the Trustees as the members then present may choose shall be the chairman of the meeting.

11N.I.The chairman of a meeting of the Trustees shall have a second or casting vote.

12N.I.The Trustees may act notwithstanding a vacancy in their membership.

N.I.Deputy Chairman

13N.I.If, at any time, the Chairman of the Trustees is temporarily incapable, through illness or absence from Northern Ireland, of performing his duties as such Chairman, the Trustees may nominate any member of the Trustees to be Deputy Chairman during such incapacity of the Chairman, and may at any time remove such Deputy Chairman; and every such Deputy Chairman shall, while he continues to be Deputy Chairman, have all the powers and duties of the Chairman of the Trustees; and references in this Schedule to the Chairman of the Trustees shall be construed accordingly.

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