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20 (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), the council may delegate some or all of its powers and duties to one or more council members or persons who are not members of the council, and may revoke the delegation.

  • (2) The council may delegate its spending powers or duties, but only by a resolution that
  • (a) delegates the authority to make an expenditure of a specific amount for a specific purpose, or
  • (b) delegates the general authority to make expenditures in accordance with subsection (3).
  • (3) A delegation of a general authority to make expenditures must
  • (a) set a maximum amount that may be spent, and
  • (b) indicate the purposes for which, or the conditions under which, the money may be spent.
  • (4) The council may not delegate its powers to determine, based on the facts of a particular case,
  • (a) whether a person has contravened a bylaw or rule,
  • (b) whether a person should be fined, and the amount of the fine, or
  • (c) whether a person should be denied access to a recreational facility.

1998-43-Sch. 20, effective July 1, 2000 (B.C. Reg. 43/2000).