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- An office in the Senate shall become vacant upon the
death, resignation, expulsion or disqualification of the individual
entitled to hold the office.
- An officer shall be deemed to have resigned upon
submission of a written statement of resignation to the Senate
Chair, or, in the case of the resignation of the Chair, to the
- An officer shall be deemed to be removed upon passage
of an order of removal by the Senate, which shall require a majority
of the membership of the Senate. The removal shall take effect
upon the receipt of written notice from the Senate Chair or the
- An officer shall be deemed to be disqualified upon violating
the qualifications for Senate officers as laid down in the Constitution
or these By-Laws. The disqualification shall take effect upon
written notice from the Senate Chair or the Senate Secretary.