(1) An appointed director's office becomes vacant—
(a) on the expiry of his or her term of office; or
(b) if he or she resigns from office under subsection (3); or
(c) if he or she is removed from office under subsection (4); or
(d) if he or she is convicted of an indictable offence or an offence that, if committed in Victoria, would be an indictable offence; or
(e) if he or she, without the Attorney-General's approval, fails to attend 3 consecutive meetings of the Board.
(2) The office of a director, other than an appointed director, becomes vacant if he or she ceases to hold the judicial office that he or she held on becoming a director.
(3) An appointed director may resign from office by writing delivered to the Governor in Council.
(4) The Governor in Council may remove an appointed director from office if of the opinion that the director—
(a) is guilty of improper conduct in carrying out the duties of his or her office; or
(b) is mentally or physically incapable of carrying out satisfactorily the duties of his or her office; or
(c) has failed to comply with any term or condition of appointment.