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The Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (Scotland) Amendment Order of Council 2015

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Amendment of the Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (Scotland) Order of Council 2007

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4.  For article 5 (Chair and Vice-Chair of the Court), substitute—

5.    Vice-Chair of the Court

(1) The Court shall appoint a Vice-Chair of the Court from among the lay members appointed under article 4(2)(a).

(2) Any person appointed to the office of Vice-Chair—

(a)shall hold office for a period determined by the Court;

(b)may resign from office at any time;

(c)may be removed from office by resolution of the Court; and

(d)shall cease to be Vice-Chair if such person vacates office as a member under article 6(7).

(3) In the Chair’s absence, the Vice-Chair shall preside at meetings of the Court.

(4) If both the Chair and the Vice-Chair are absent then the members shall appoint a Vice-Chair from among the members appointed under article 4(2)(a) present at the  meeting..

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