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The Glasgow Caledonian University Order of Council 2010

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Vacation of office of governor

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17.  A governor is deemed to have vacated office as governor and the University Court shall declare his or her place vacant, in any of the following circumstances—

(a)where the governor intimates his or her resignation in writing to the University Court;

(b)where the governor’s estate is sequestrated, a bankruptcy order is made against the governor, or the governor has granted a trust deed for, or entered into an arrangement with, his or her creditors;

(c)where, in the opinion of two thirds of the ordinary membership of the University Court, the governor becomes unable to carry out his or her duties as a governor by reason of physical or mental illness;

(d)where the governor has failed to attend any meetings of the University Court or any of its committees or sub-committees for a period longer than six consecutive months otherwise than for a reason approved by the University Court;

(e)in the case of a staff governor only, when that governor ceases to be a member of the Senate or the academic or support staff, as the case may be;

(f)where in accordance with article 14 or 16 the governor becomes ineligible to remain in office as a governor;

(g)where, in the opinion of two thirds of the ordinary membership of the University Court, the governor has been involved in behaviour bringing the governor or the University into disrepute; or

(h)where, in the opinion of two thirds of the ordinary membership of the University Court, the governor has breached a contract between the governor and the University, or the governor has materially breached any policy or procedure of the University.

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