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Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

Terms of office etc
Paragraphs 6 and 7 – Period in office and how it may end

266.The Adjudicator and Deputy Adjudicator, neither of whom are civil servants, may each be appointed for up to four years and may then be appointed for one or two further terms of up to three years each. Either can resign by giving written notice to the Secretary of State; or the Secretary of State may dismiss either of them for being unable, unwilling or unfit to perform their official functions.

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