(1) The Minister must appoint—
(a) one member of the Governing Board referred to in section 37(2)(a)(iii) to be the chairperson; and
(b) one member of the Governing Board referred to in section 37(2)(a)(iii) to be the deputy chairperson.
(2) A person appointed as chairperson or deputy chairperson ceases to hold that office on ceasing to be a member of the Governing Board.
(3) The deputy chairperson must act as chairperson—
(a) if the office of chairperson is vacant; or
(b) during any period when the chairperson is absent; or
(c) if the chairperson is, for any other reason, unable to attend meetings of the Governing Board or otherwise unable to perform the duties of the office.
(4) While the deputy chairperson is acting as chairperson, the deputy chairperson—
(a) has and may exercise all the powers, and must perform all the duties and functions, of the chairperson; and
(b) is entitled to be paid the remuneration and allowances to which the chairperson would have been entitled.