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33(1)The Board shall consist of 12 members (referred to in this Part of this Schedule as “trustees”).E+W
(2)One of the trustees shall be appointed by Her Majesty and the others shall be appointed by the [F1Secretary of State].
(3)In appointing any trustee, the [F2Secretary of State] shall have regard to the desirability of the person’s having knowledge or experience of the science of plants or any related subject, management, industrial relations, administration, or any other subject knowledge or experience of which would be of use to the Board in exercising their functions.
(4)The [F2Secretary of State] shall appoint one of the trustees to be chairman.
(5)Subject to the following provisions of this paragraph, a trustee or chairman shall hold and vacate office in accordance with the terms of his appointment, but no trustee shall be appointed for a period of more than 5 years.
(6)A chairman or a trustee appointed by the [F2Secretary of State] may resign his office by notice in writing addressed to the [F2Secretary of State], and a trustee appointed by Her Majesty may resign his office by notice in writing addressed to Her Majesty.
(7)If a chairman ceases to be a trustee he shall also cease to be chairman.
(8)A person who ceases to be a trustee, or ceases to be chairman, shall be eligible for re-appointment.
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