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Article III - Censure, Suspension, Expulsion

1. By Board of Directors. A member may be censured, suspended or expelled from the Association for cause by a majority vote of the whole Board. The Board shall not censure, suspend or expel a member except after a written notice, stating the cause of censure, suspension or expulsion and after a fair hearing and opportunity to be heard.
 
2. By Determination of Appellate Division. Upon a final determination by the Appellate Division which suspends or disbars a member from practice, such person shall cease to be a member of this Association and shall concurrently cease to hold any office or position in the Association.
 
3. Removal From Office or Position. Any Director or Officer who shall fail to attend three consecutive meetings, of the Board of Directors or Executive Committee (where applicable) may be removed from his or her position by a majority vote of the whole Board. Any other member who is delinquent in the performance of Committee responsibilities or any other position with this  Association may be removed from his or her position by a majority vote of the whole Board.

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