193. The term of an elected member of an English-language school service centre’s board of directors who fails to attend three consecutive regular sittings of the board ends at the close of the following sitting unless the member attends that sitting.
The board may, at that sitting, grant the member a period of grace until the next regular sitting of the board if he was in fact unable to attend the sittings. In such a case, the board member’s term ends on the day of that next sitting, if he is not in attendance.
The board may also in due time order that a member’s failure to attend sittings of the board for serious reasons beyond his control that cause no prejudice to the electors of the English-language school service centre or the member’s electoral division, does not entail the end of his term.
The first three paragraphs do not apply if the member is unable to attend the sittings by reason of the provisional execution of a judgment declaring his disqualification or ouster from office.
2006, c. 51, s. 69; 2020, c. 1, s. 24311.