Act No. 24, 1987
(2) A Family Counsellor shall hold office for a period of three years, or for such shorter period as the Minister determines at the time of his appointment.
(3) A Family Counsellor may resign by written notice to the Minister.
(4) The Minister may at any time withdraw the appointment of a Family Counsellor if in his opinion there is sufficient reason for doing so.
4. (1) The Family Advocate shall—
if so requested by any party to such proceedings or the court concerned, institute an enquiry to enable him to furnish the court at the trial of such action or the hearing of such application with a report and recommendations on any matter concerning the welfare of each minor or dependent child of the marriage concerned or regarding such matter as is referred to him by the court.
(2) A Family Advocate may—
if he deems it in the interest of any minor or dependent child of a marriage concerned, apply to the court concerned for an order authorizing him to institute an enquiry contemplated in subsection (1).
(3) Any Family Advocate may, if he deems it in the interest of any minor or dependent child of a marriage concerned, and shall, if so requested by a court, appear at the trial of any divorce action or the hearing of any application referred to in subsections (1) (b) and (2) (b) and may adduce any available evidence relevant to the action or application and cross-examine witnesses giving evidence thereat.
5. (1) The Minister may make regulations as to—