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Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 No 48
Current version for 8 December 2016 to date (accessed 20 September 2017 at 14:03)
Part 8 Section 75
75   Vacation of office
A member shall be deemed to have vacated the member’s office:
(a)  if the member dies,
(b)  if, being the full-time President, the member engages in any paid employment outside the duties of the member’s office,
(c)  if, being the President, the member absents himself or herself from duty for a period exceeding 14 consecutive days except on leave granted by the Minister (which leave the Minister is hereby authorised to grant), unless the member’s absence is occasioned by illness or other unavoidable cause,
(d)  if, being a member other than the President, the member is unavailable for duty for a period exceeding 28 days except on leave granted by the Minister (which leave the Minister is hereby authorised to grant) unless the member’s unavailability is occasioned by illness or other unavoidable cause,
(e)  if the member is nominated for election as a member of the Legislative Council or the Legislative Assembly or a member of a House of Parliament of another State or of the Commonwealth,
(f)  if the member resigns the member’s office by writing under the member’s hand addressed to the Governor,
(f1)  if, being the President, the member is removed from office by the Governor pursuant to section 80 (4), or
(g)  if, being a member other than the President, the member is removed from office by the Governor pursuant to section 76.