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1(1)The Disciplinary Committee shall consist of a chairman elected by the Council and of eight other members so elected, of whom at least one shall be a practising farrier or shall previously have been actively engaged in carrying out farriery for a period of not less than five years.E+W+S
(2)The Council shall make rules as to the times and places of the meetings of the Disciplinary Committee, [F1and as to] the mode of summoning the members thereof.
(3)The quorum for a meeting of the Disciplinary Committee shall be five.
(4)A person shall not be qualified to be a member of the Disciplinary Committee unless he is a member of the Council.
(5)No person who acted as a member of the Investigating Committee with respect to any case shall act as a member of the Disciplinary Committee with respect to that case.
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2The members of the Disciplinary Committee shall hold office for such term as may be determined from time to time by the Council.E+W+S
3The functions of the Disciplinary Committee may be exercised notwithstanding vacancies in its membership, and its proceedings shall not be invalidated by any defect in the election of a member.E+W+S
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