(1) There is to be a principal registrar of the Tribunal (to be known as the "Registrar").
(2) There will be 1 or more other registrars of the Tribunal (to be known as "Deputy Registrars").
(3) A registrar will be appointed by the Governor on terms and conditions determined by the Governor for a term, not exceeding 5 years, specified in the instrument of appointment (and is, on the expiration of a term of office, eligible for reappointment).
(4) The Governor may remove a person from the office of registrar for—
(a) mental or physical incapacity to carry out official duties satisfactorily; or
(b) neglect of duty; or
(c) dishonourable conduct.
(5) A person ceases to be a registrar if the person—
(a) dies; or
(b) completes a term of office and is not reappointed; or
(c) resigns by written notice to the Minister; or
(d) is removed from office under subsection (4).
(6) If there is a vacancy in the office of a registrar or a registrar is absent or for any other reason is unable to perform the duties of the office, the Minister may appoint a person to act in the relevant position.
(7) The Minister must consult with the President of the Tribunal before an appointment is made under this section.
(8) The office of the Registrar or of a Deputy Registrar may be held in conjunction with another office in the public service of the State.