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8. If the Trustees are satisfied that a trustee—
(a)has without the permission of the Trustees been absent from duly convened meetings of the Trust—
(i)for a period during which three such meetings have been held, or
(ii)for a period of three months,
whichever of these periods is the longer; or
(b)has become bankrupt or has entered into an arrangement with his creditors; or
(c)is incapacitated by physical or mental illness from discharging the functions of a trustee; or
(d)is otherwise unable, unwilling or unfit to discharge the functions of a trustee,
the Trustees may declare the office of that trustee to be vacant with effect from the date of that declaration.
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