By-Laws 1997 Amendments of Northern Territory University (Student Conduct) By-Laws
Tabled Paper 37
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NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA By-laws under the Northern T e r r i to r y U n iv e rs i ty Act The Council of the Northern Territory University, in pursuance of the powers conferred on it by section 49 of the Northern T e r r i to r y U n iv e r s i ty A ct, at a meeting held on T cZo l ox] 1997, made the following by-laws and, for the purposes of section 63(2) (a) of the In te r p r e ta t io n Act, authorised the Registrar to sign them. Dated H 1997. AMENDMENTS OF NORTHERN TERRITORY UNIVERSITY (STUDENT CONDUCT) BY-LAWS 1. CITATION These By-laws may be cited as the Northern Territory University (Student Conduct) Amendment By-laws 1997. 2. PRINCIPAL BY-LAWS The Northern Territory University (Student Conduct) By-laws are in these By-laws referred to as the Principal By-laws. 3 . COMMENCEMENT These By-laws come into operation on the commencement of the Northern Territory University (Fees and Charges) By laws . 4. DEFINITIONS By-law 2 of the Principal By-laws is amended by inserting "a Pro Vice-Chancellor," after "a Deputy Vice- Chancellor," in the definition of "senior officer". 5. MEANING OF MISCONDUCT By-law 3 of the Principal By-laws is amended by omitting clause (2) (p) , (q) and (r) and substituting the following: "(p) contravenes, or fails to comply with, a by-law or rule under the Act; * Notified in the N orthern T e r r i t o r y Government G a ze t te on 8 October 1997.
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