17. (1) There shall be two Proctors who shall be members of Congregation who have not previously held the office of Proctor or Assessor and who, on the day on which they take up office will have been members of Congregation for at least five years.
(2) The Proctors shall be elected annually under a procedure laid down by Council by regulation.
18. The Proctors shall have such functions and powers as are assigned to them by the statutes and regulations.
19. (1) The Proctors shall take an active part in the business of the University.
(2) Each Proctor shall have the right to see the papers of, and to attend and speak at any meeting of, any committee or other body set up by or under the authority of the statutes; but he or she shall not have the right to vote (unless a member of the committee), nor shall he or she be sent the papers of any committee of which he or she is not a member unless he or she so requests.
20. The Proctors shall see that examinations are properly conducted and in accordance with the statutes and regulations concerning them; and they may make such regulations concerning conduct in examinations as they consider necessary.
21. The Proctors shall attend the Chancellor or his or her deputy at official university ceremonies and presentations for degrees, and on other university and public occasions at the Chancellor's request.
22. The Proctors shall be available for consultation by members of the University, and may investigate complaints in accordance with regulations made by Council; and may summon any member of the University before them to assist in their investigations, any failure to attend without reasonable cause being an offence under section 2 of Statute XI.
23. The Proctors shall generally ensure that the statutes, regulations, customs, and privileges of the University are observed.