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The Robert Gordon University (Scotland) Order of Council 2006

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11.—(1) The Governors shall be responsible for discharging the responsibilities of the Board and shall have the personal responsibilities specified in a code of conduct approved by the Board.

(2) All Governors shall be deemed to be bound by such code of conduct.

(3) The code of conduct shall include the following principles:–

(a)ensuring the University complies with the terms of this Order;

(b)promoting the interests of the University;

(c)acting prudently and with reasonable care, skill and diligence;

(d)complying with all legal responsibilities imposed on the Governors by law;

(e)acting selflessly in the interests of the University;

(f)acting with integrity, in good faith, honestly, objectively, accountably and for a proper purpose;

(g)complying with good governance practice and principles;

(h)avoiding or declaring (where appropriate) conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest;

(i)not profiting at the University’s expense;

(j)not acting in a sectional interest; and

(k)not misusing the position of Governor.

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