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7.—(1) Subject to paragraph (3), the governing body may by resolution remove the chair from office, unless he has been nominated by the Secretary of State pursuant to section 18 of the 1998 Act.
(2) Subject to paragraph (3), the governing body may by resolution remove the vice-chair from office.
(3) A resolution to remove the chair or vice-chair from office shall not have effect unless the matter is specified as an item of business on the agenda for the meeting, of which notice has been given in accordance with regulation 11(4).
(4) Before the governing body resolve to remove the chair or the vice-chair from office, the governor proposing his removal shall at that meeting state his reasons for doing so and the chair or vice-chair (as the case may be) shall be given an opportunity to make a statement in response, before withdrawing from the meeting.
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