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The Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936

( ACT NO. III OF 1936 )


Power to appoint new delegates
25. The appointment of a delegate shall be for ten years; but he shall be eligible for reappointment for the like term or terms. Wherever a delegate shall die, or have completed his term of office, or be desirous or relinquishing his office, or refuse or become in capable or unfit to act or cease to be a parsi, or be convicted of an offence under the Penal Code or other law for the time being in force, or be adjudged insolvent, then and so often the Government may appoint any person being a Parsi to be a delegate in his stead; and the name of the person so appointed shall be published in the official Gazette.

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