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25.—(1) This regulation applies in relation to the removal of a governor from office in accordance with regulations 21(1), 23 or 24.
(2) A resolution to remove a governor from office which is passed at a meeting of the governing body will not have effect unless—
(a)in relation to the removal of a governor under regulation 21(1) and 23(2), the governing body has considered the reasons for removal and the governor whom it is proposed to remove has been given an opportunity to make a statement in response;
(b)in relation to the removal of a governor (“P”) who is a co-opted governor or partnership governor under regulation 23(1) or a parent governor under regulation 24, the governor proposing P’s removal has at that meeting given reasons for doing so and P has been given an opportunity to make a statement in response;
(c)it is confirmed by a resolution passed at a second meeting of the governing body held not less than fourteen days after the first meeting; and
(d)the matter of the governor’s removal from office is specified as an item on the agenda for each of those meetings.
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