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    (1)     There is to be an Auditor-General for the State of Victoria.

    (2)     The Auditor-General is to be appointed by the Governor in Council on the recommendation of the Parliamentary Committee.

    (3)     The Auditor-General—

        (a)     holds office, subject to this Division, on the terms and conditions determined by the Governor in Council; and

        (b)     is entitled to the remuneration determined by the Governor in Council; and

        (c)     is not subject to the Public Sector Management and Employment Act 1998 , except section 16 of that Act.

    (4)     The Auditor-General must not directly or indirectly engage in any paid employment outside the duties of the office.

    (5)     Before undertaking the duties of office, the Auditor-General must take an oath of office before the Executive Council.

    (6)     The remuneration of the Auditor-General is to be paid out of the Consolidated Fund, which is appropriated to the necessary extent.

    (7)     Nothing in this section authorises the remuneration of the Auditor-General to be reduced.

S. 94B
inserted by No. 53/1999 s. 3.

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