Delegation of statutory powers

This practice note discusses ways that recipients of statutory functions can arrange for their powers and duties to be exercised or performed by others. In particular, the note discusses the Carltona doctrine and the use of statutory regimes for contracting-out and delegation.

Daniel Greenberg, Parliamentary Counsel, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and Practical Law Public Sector


 

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