175.4. Any member of an English-language school service centre’s board of directors sitting on the board as a parent representative or community representative who has a direct or indirect interest in any enterprise which places the member’s personal interest in conflict with the interest of the school service centre must, on pain of forfeiture of office, disclose the interest in writing to the director general of the school service centre, abstain from voting on any matter concerning the enterprise and avoid influencing the decision relating to it. The member must, in addition, withdraw from a sitting while the matter is discussed or voted on.
A disclosure under the first paragraph must be made at the first sitting of the board
(1) after a person having such an interest becomes a member of the board;
(2) after a member of the board acquires such an interest;
(3) during which the matter is dealt with.
Forfeiture of office incurred under this section shall subsist for five years after the date on which the judgment in which the forfeiture is declared acquires the authority of res judicata.
1997, c. 96, s. 25; 2020, c. 1, ss. 163 and 312; 2020, c. 1, s. 69112020, c. 1, s. 6912.