(1) The Commission may appoint one or more committees each to be known as a Nominations Advisory Committee (Legislative Council) and consisting of one member who must be- (L.N. 115 of 1999)
(a) a person who is admitted as a barrister or a solicitor under the Legal Practitioners Ordinance (Cap 159) or is qualified for such admission; or
(b) a person with such other qualifications in the law, whether academic or professional, as the Commission considers appropriate.
(2) Notice of any appointment under subsection (1) must be published in the Gazette by the Commission as soon as reasonably practicable after the appointment.
(3) An appointment under subsection (1) must be for such period as specified by the Commission in the notice under subsection (2).
(4) An appointment under subsection (1) may be in relation to such general election or by-election or, where appropriate, general elections or by-elections, as the Commission may determine. (L.N. 209 of 2001)
(5) The Commission must specify in any notice under subsection (2)-
(a) the general election or general elections, or by-election or by-elections, in relation to which the Committee concerned is appointed, with reference to the year or date on which any such general election or by-election is, or general elections or by-elections are, to be held. (L.N. 209 of 2001)
(b) (Repealed L.N. 209 of 2001)
(6) The member constituting a Committee may be paid remuneration of such amount or at such rate as the Commission may determine.