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Universities (Scotland) Act 1922

1922 CHAPTER 31 12 and 13 Geo 5

An Act to extend the powers of the Courts of the Universities of Scotland in the making of Ordinances for the superannuation and pensioning of Principals and Professors, and for the admission of Lecturers and Readers to the Senatus Academicus, and to provide for the admission of Lecturers and Readers to membership of the General Councils of those Universities.

[20th July 1922]

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C1Act excluded by Universities (Scotland) Act 1966 (c. 13), s. 1(1); power to amend and exclude Act conferred by ibid., s. 1(4)

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2 Lecturers and readers to be members of general councils. E+W+S+N.I.

A lecturer or reader appointed by the university court of a Scottish university who has held the office of lecturer or reader therein for one year shall thenceforward, during his tenure of that office, be a member of the general council of that university and entitled to all the rights and privileges of a member of council although his name is not entered in the register of the council: . . . F2

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C2S. 2 excluded by section X(1)(iii) of Ordinance No. 96 of the University Court of the University of St. Andrews dated 14.9.1967 and approved by Order in Council dated 20.12.1967

C3S. 2 excluded by section 8(c) of Ordinance of the University Court of the University of Glasgow No. 183 dated 20.9.1978 and approved by Order in Council dated 14.3.1979

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This Act may be cited as the Universities (Scotland) Act 1922, and shall, so far as is consistent with the tenor thereof, be read and construed along with the M1Universities (Scotland) Act 1858, and the M2Universities (Scotland) Act 1889, and those Acts and this Act may be cited together as the Universities (Scotland) Acts, 1858 to 1922.

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