Harbours Act, 1946

Prohibition of membership of harbour authority in more than one capacity.

17.—A person who becomes a member of a harbour authority in two or more capacities shall forthwith resign in all but one of those capacities and, if he fails so to do, the harbour authority may declare that he has resigned in all but a named one of those capacities, and thereupon he shall be deemed for all purposes to be a member of the harbour authority in such named capacity only and to have resigned his membership in the other capacity or capacities.