1. Any three members of the Council may make a complaint to the Chancellor seeking the removal of the Vice-Chancellor from the office of Vice-Chancellor for good cause.
2. If it appears to the Chancellor that the complaint is trivial or invalid or unjustified, he or she may determine that no further action shall be taken upon it.
3. If it appears to the Chancellor, on the evidence presented, that the case alleged could, if proved, constitute good cause for dismissal or removal of the Vice-Chancellor from office, he or she shall direct the University Advocate to prefer a charge or charges to be considered by the University Tribunal. Such a charge or charges shall be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of Chapter III and Chapter V of this Statute, provided that the Chancellor shall perform any duty and exercise any power there assigned to the Vice-Chancellor.
4. For the purpose of the removal of the Vice-Chancellor for incapacity on medical grounds, the provisions of Chapters IV and V of this Statute shall have effect, provided that the Chancellor shall perform any duty or exercise any power there assigned to the Vice-Chancellor.