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Section 20 – The Cantonments Act,2006

The Cantonments Act,2006

Section 20. Term of office of Vice- President

(1) The term of office of a Vice- President shall be five years or his residual term of office as a member, whichever is less.

(2) A Vice- President may resign his office by notice in writing to the President and, on the resignation being accepted by the Board, the office shall become vacant.

(3) A Vice- President may be removed from his office, at a special meeting convened for the purpose on a requisition for the same by not less than one- half of the elected members of the Board holding office, by a resolution passed by a majority of not less than two- thirds of the total number of elected members then holding office and attending and no member, other than an elected member, shall have the right to vote on the resolution: Provided that in case of Category IV Cantonments, the Vice- President may be removed if a resolution to this effect is passed by the Board and the other elected member shall become the Vice- President.

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