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The Glasgow Caledonian University Order of Council 2010

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14.—(1) No appointed governor or staff governor shall be appointed or elected for an initial term of office of more than 4 years.

(2) An appointed governor or staff governor may be re-appointed or re-elected on the expiry of his or her term of office unless the aggregate of his or her intended term of office and any previous term of office would result in that governor serving for an overall term of more than 9 years, save in the circumstances described in articles 13(2) and 14(4).

(3) For the purpose of paragraph (2), a governor’s overall term of office shall include any term of office as an appointed governor or staff governor, but not any term of office served ex officio.

(4) The University Court may, where it considers that there are exceptional circumstances, extend the term of office served by an appointed governor by a further period of up to 3 years, provided that the extended term, if aggregated with any previous term of office would not result in that governor serving an overall term of more than 12 years.

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