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Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute 2002

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200203098 Statutes as made
The Statute prescribes certain matters in relation to the appointment, powers, duties and titles of a Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University.
Administered by: Education and Training
General Comments: Any Rules or appointment made, or anything done by a deputy Vice-Chancellor, under the Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute as amended and in force before the commencement of this Statute, continues to have, under this Statute, the effect that it would have had if the Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute had remained in force, and may be dealt with as if it were made or done under this Statute.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 09
Made 22 Apr 2002
Registered 17 Aug 2005
Gazetted 11 Jun 2002

The Australian National University

 

Australian National University Act 1991

DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLORSHIP STATUTE 2002

The Council of The Australian National University makes the following Statute under section 50 of the Australian National University Act 1991.

 

Dated              22 April 2002.

 

 

 

The Council of The Australian National University

 

1       Name of Statute

1.1       This Statute is the Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute 2002.

2       Tenure of office

2.1       Subject to section 3, a Deputy Vice-Chancellor holds office for such period as the Council, in the resolution of appointment, determines.

3       Resignation

3.1       A Deputy Vice-Chancellor may resign office by notice in writing to the Council delivered to the Vice-Chancellor.

4       Appointment as Vice-President

4.1       The Council may appoint a Deputy Vice-Chancellor to be Vice-President of the University.

5       Powers and duties

5.1       A Deputy Vice-Chancellor has such powers and may perform such duties as the Statutes and Rules prescribe or, subject to the Statutes and Rules, as the Council determines.

6       Powers of Deputy Vice-Chancellor in relation to intellectual property

6.1       Without limiting the effect of section 5, a Deputy Vice-Chancellor may:

             (a)   act for and on behalf of the University in the administration of any right or interest of the University in any intellectual property; and

             (b)   appoint such persons in Australia or any place outside Australia as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor thinks fit, and subject to such terms and conditions as are specified in the instrument of appointment, as agents or attorneys to act for and on behalf of the University in the administration of such right or interest.

6.2       In this section:

administration, in relation to a right or interest in intellectual property means the doing of any act for the purpose of obtaining, maintaining, defending or enforcing that right or interest;

intellectual property means patents, trade marks, industrial designs, copyright, public lending right or any other form of intellectual property that is recognised under a law of the Commonwealth or of another country.

7       Rules

7.1       The Council may make Rules, not inconsistent with this Statute, prescribing matters required or permitted by this Statute to be prescribed, or necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to this Statute.

8       Transitional

8.1       Any Rules or appointment made, or anything done by a deputy Vice-Chancellor, under the Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute as amended and in force before the commencement of this Statute, continues to have, under this Statute, the effect that it would have had if the Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute had remained in force, and may be dealt with as if it were made or done under this Statute.

9       Repeal

9.1             The Deputy Vice-Chancellorship Statute, as amended and in force before the commencement of this Statute, is repealed.