A manager shall not incur any civil liability in respect of anything done or omitted to be done by him in good faith in the performance or purported performance of any function of his office as the manager
No proceedings shall be brought against a manager of a school for anything done or omitted to be done by the IMC unless he has not acted in good faith. The general proceedings towards a school will be brought against the IMC instead of an individual manager
Unless with the consent or connivance of an individual manager towards the unlawful behavior, an individual manager is not held liable to the contravention of Education Ordinance by the IMC
An alternate manager shall not only because of his being a manager incur any liability for an act done pursuant to a voting of the IMC in which he has not participated by virtue of relevant provisions of the Ordinance
Question：Under what circumstances shall a school manager of an IMC incur individual liability?
Question：If a school manager signs an agreement on behalf of IMC in his/her personal capacity and later gets involved in a dispute connected with the agreement, will other school managers who are not in the know be made liable?
Question：What should a school manager do when he/she is personally involved in a civil proceeding?
Question：All school managers serve on a voluntary basis. They are worried that they will have to bear greater liabilities once an IMC is set up. What liabilities a school manager of an IMC is subject to under the Ordinance?