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30.- Termination of Membership of the Executive Board
30.1    A member of the Executive Board, who is an Arbitrator Member,shall vacate his or her position if such person:
    a-    becomes physically or mentally incapable of exercising his/her functions;
    b-    is convicted of any misdemeanor or felony;
    c-    is absent from 3 (three) consecutive meetings without anyjustifiable
           reason;
   d-    is declared bankrupt by the court;
   e-    resigns in writing from the Executive Board;
   f-    ceases to be a member of the NCAC;
   g-    is no longer an appointed representative of a Legal Entity Member; or
   h-    dies.

30.2    A member of the Executive Board, which is a Legal Entity Member, shall vacate its position in any of the following events:
   a-    if it is convicted of any misdemeanor or felony;
   b-    if it is absent from 3 (three) consecutive meetings without a justifiable
          reason;
   c-    if it is declared bankrupt by the court or placed under liquidation
          proceedings or dissolved;
   d-    if it resigns in writing from the Executive Board;
   e-    if it ceases to be a representative of the Legal Entity Member; or
   f-    if it ceases to be a member of the NCAC.

30.3    If any member of the Executive Board loses his or her membership in the Executive Board for any reason, the Chairman shall convene an Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting to elect a new member to the Executive Board. Election of a new member for the vacant membership of the Executive Board shall comply with Article 29, except that references to positions in the Executive Board shall be read referring to the vacant positions in the Executive Board. The newly elected member shall complete the remaining term of the outgoing member.
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