“(1) The Minister may, by written notice, dissolve the Council of an institution and appoint a commissioner to act in place of the Council if the Minister believes on reasonable grounds that—
“(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), there is a serious risk to the operation or long-term viability of an institution if—
“(3) A notice under subsection (1) must specify—
“(4) The Minister may not exercise the power under subsection (1) in relation to an institution unless he or she has first—
“(5) As soon as practicable after giving a notice under subsection (1), the Minister must—
“(6) When a commissioner is appointed under this section, the Minister must review the appointment at least once in every 12 months following the appointment.
“(7) As soon as the Minister is satisfied (following an annual review or at any other time) that the risk that gave rise to the appointment of the commissioner has reduced to such an extent that is it appropriate that the institution be administered by a Council, a new Council must be appointed in accordance with the constitution of the Council most recently notified in the Gazette.
“(8) A commissioner's appointment ends on the close of the day before a new Council takes office.