Statute 4: The Master
|S4.1||The Master shall have general authority over the Fellows, Scholars and other members of the College.|
|S4.2||The Master shall be elected by a majority of all the members of the Society convened for the purpose. The Society may elect a person to the Mastership provided that this shall take effect no more than one year after the date of the election.|
|S4.3||The procedure for electing and admitting the Master shall be prescribed by Ordinance.|
|S4.4||Subject to Appendix A, the terms and conditions for the tenure of the Mastership shall be prescribed by Ordinance. The stipends and other emoluments of the Master shall be prescribed by Regulation.|
|S4.5||(1) The President shall act on behalf of the Master if the Master is absent or incapacitated. In such circumstances, the President shall have all the powers of the Master set out in S4.1. Other powers and functions may be conferred on the President by Ordinance.
(2) The procedures for appointing the President shall be laid down in Ordinance. Subject to Appendix A, the tenure of the office of President and its termination shall be prescribed by Ordinance.