Marginal note:Inconsistent interests of full-time members
32 (1) A full-time member of the Tribunal shall not accept or hold any office, membership, employment or interest or engage in any business that the Governor in Council may declare to be inconsistent with the proper performance of the duties and functions of a full-time member of the Tribunal.
Marginal note:Disclosure and disposition of interest
(2) Where any interest prohibited under subsection (1) vests in a full-time member of the Tribunal by gift, will, succession, settlement or otherwise, the member shall forthwith disclose the interest to the Governor in Council and, within three months after the disclosure, dispose of the interest to the satisfaction of the Governor in Council unless he ceases to be a full-time member within that time.
Marginal note:Inconsistent interests of part-time members
(3) Where a part-time member of the Tribunal who is assigned to hear or is hearing any matter before the Tribunal, either alone or as a member of a panel, holds any pecuniary or other interest that could be inconsistent with the proper performance of his duties and functions in relation to the matter, the member shall forthwith disclose that interest to the Chairman of the Tribunal and is ineligible to hear, or to continue to hear, the matter.
Marginal note:Guidelines concerning inconsistent interests
(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), the Governor in Council may issue guidelines to part-time members of the Tribunal concerning the nature of the interests that could be inconsistent with the proper performance of their duties and functions in relation to matters before the Tribunal.
- R.S., 1985, c. 33 (1st Supp.), s. 5.
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