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University of Canberra (Academic Board) Statute 2011

Australian Capital Territory

Disallowable Instrument DI2011-13

made under the

University of Canberra Act 1989, s40


1. Name of Instrument

This statute may be cited as the University of Canberra (Academic Board) Statute 2011.

2. Revocation

 

(1) The Academic Board Statute 1990 is revoked.

 

(2) The University of Canberra (Election of Staff, Student and Professorial Members of Academic Board) Statute 2010 is revoked.

3. Commencement

This statute commences on the day following the date of notification.

4. Existing Rules

(1) The University of Canberra Election of Academic Staff Members of Academic Board Rules 2010 are deemed to be made under this Statute.

(2) The University of Canberra Election of Professorial Members of Academic Board Rules 2010 are deemed to be made under this Statute.

(3) The University of Canberra Election of Student Members of Academic Board Rules 2010 are deemed to be made under this Statute.

5. Definitions

In this Statute, unless the contrary intention appears:

 

“Academic Board” means the Academic Board established by section 19 of the Act;

 “Act” means the University of Canberra Act 1989 (ACT).

6. Rules

The Council may make rules, not inconsistent with the University of Canberra Act 1989 (ACT) or a statute, with respect to membership of the Academic Board, the election of members to the Academic Board, the responsibilities and powers of the Academic Board and the operation and procedures of the Academic Board.

 

 

 

The Statute was approved by Council at meeting No. 139 on 3 December 2010.

 

In making this Statute the University had regard to the provisions of section 40B(1)(b) of the Human Rights Act 2004 (ACT).