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Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014

Removal of members

304.Paragraph 3 provides that the Scottish Ministers can remove a member should that member become disqualified as described above. Ministers may also remove a member if that member has been absent from meetings of Revenue Scotland for a period longer than six months without permission from Revenue Scotland, or Ministers consider that the member is otherwise unfit to be a member or is unable to carry out their functions as a member. Ministers are required to give a member written notice of their removal from Revenue Scotland.

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