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19. Expulsion and withdrawal from credit union.

(1) A member of a credit union may be expelled from the credit union by a resolution for his expulsion passed by not less than two-thirds of the members present and voting at a special general meeting called for the purpose, provided that the member concerned -

(a) is given at least 21 days' notice in writing of the meeting and the proposed resolution; and

(b) is given a reasonable opportunity of being heard at the meeting.

(2) A member who is expelled from a credit union may appeal against the expulsion to a Judge of the District Court for the district in which the registered office of the credit union is situated.

(3) Notice of an appeal under this section shall be in writing and shall set out the grounds on which the appeal is based; and, on the hearing of the appeal, the District Court may either confirm or cancel the expulsion.

(4) Subsection (3) of section 18 shall apply to an appeal under this section as it applies to an appeal under that section.

(5) A member of a credit union