Companies Act 2014
F645[Resignation, removal, disqualification of Member
944H. (1) A Member may resign from office by letter addressed to the Minister and the resignation shall take effect on the date specified in the letter, or the date on which the Minister receives the letter, whichever is the later.
(2) The Minister may, at any time, remove a Member from office if the Minister is satisfied that—
(a) the Member has become incapable through ill-health of performing his or her functions,
(b) the Member has committed stated misbehaviour, or
(c) the removal of the Member appears to the Minister to be necessary for the effective performance by the Authority of its functions.
(3) If a Member is removed from office in accordance with subsection (2), the Minister shall—
(a) provide the Member with a statement of reasons for the removal, and
(b) ensure that a copy of that statement is laid before each House of the Oireachtas.
(4) A Member shall cease to be qualified for office and shall cease to hold office if he or she—
(a) is adjudicated bankrupt,
(b) makes a composition or arrangement with creditors,
(c) is sentenced by a court of competent jurisdiction to a term of imprisonment,
(d) is convicted of any indictable offence in relation to a company or any other body corporate,
(e) is convicted of an offence involving fraud or dishonesty, whether in connection with a company or not,
(f) has a declaration made against him or her under section 819 or is deemed to be subject to such a declaration by virtue of Chapter 5 of Part 14, or
(g) is, or is deemed to be, the subject of an order under section 160 of the Act of 1990 or a disqualification order within the meaning of Chapter 4 of Part 14.]
Inserted (6.07.2022) by Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Act 2021 (48/2021), s. 10, S.I. No. 335 of 2022.