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6[F1(1)][F2Subject, in the case of the president of a tribunal, to sub-paragraph (2) below]The members of a tribunal shall hold office for such period as may be determined at the time of their respective appointments and shall be eligible for reappointment but, notwithstanding that the period for which a member was appointed has not expired,—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)a member may, at any time by not less than one month’s notice in writing to his appointor, resign his office;
(b)the appointor of a member may declare the office of that member vacant on the ground that he is unfit to continue in his office; and
(c)if any member becomes bankrupt or makes a composition with creditors or, in Scotland, if sequestration of a member’s estate is awarded or a member makes a trust deed for behoof of his creditors or a composition contract, his office shall thereupon become vacant.
[F3(2)No appointment of a person to be the president of a tribunal shall be such as to extend beyond the day on which he attains the age of 70 years; but this paragraph is subject to section 26(4) to (6) of the Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993 (power to authorise continuance in office up to the age of 75 years).]
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