2000 - Board Operations

2116 Removal From Office

A person who has been impeached from any office or adjudged guilty of a felony, corruption or malpractice in any office and who has not been restored to the rights of citizenship is disqualified for office.

A member of the local Board of Education who changes residence such that he or she is no longer entitled to vote in an election for the office he or she holds is disqualified from continuing to hold the office.

A Board Member who becomes disqualified for office may be subject to removal under G.S. 1-515.

In addition, as provided by G.S. 14-230, a Board Member who willfully and corruptly omits, neglects or refuses to discharge any of the duties of office or who willfully and corruptly violates the Oath of Office is subject to removal from office by a court.

 

Legal References:

N.C. Const. art. VI; G.S. 1-514 to -532; 14-228 to -234.1

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Adopted: June 30, 2011

Last Updated: May 18, 2015

Legal References:
N.C. Const. art. VI; G.S. 1-514 to -532; 14-228 to -234.1
Cross References:
Adopted:
Thursday, 30 June 2011
Last Updated:
Monday, 18 May 2015