32. (1) At any time that the Board may determine by vote of less than three-fourths of its sitting members, whether or not present and voting, that the Centre is no longer able to function effectively or is no longer required, the Board may recommend to the Government the dissolution of the Centre.
(2) In the event of dissolution, any land or other assets made available to the Centre by the Government, and permanent fixed capital improvements thereon, shall revert to the Government. The other assets of the Centre shall be retained by the Government and by other Governments where assets distributed to institutions having purposes similar to Government or other Governments where appropriate, and the Board.
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