Industry Research and Development Act 1986

PART II - ADMINISTRATION  

SECTION 21   DELEGATION BY BOARD  

21(1)  


The Board may, by resolution, delegate any or all of its functions and powers to any of the following:

(a)  the Chairperson;

(b)  the Deputy Chairperson;

(c)  a member of the Board;

(d)  a committee;

(e)  

a member of the staff assisting the Board.

21(2)  
(Repealed by No 63 of 2016)

21(3)  


A delegation of a function or power under this section:

(a)  

may be revoked by a resolution of the Board (whether or not constituted by the persons constituting the Board at the time the function or power was delegated); and

(b)  

(Repealed by No 164 of 2007)

(c)  continues in force notwithstanding a change in the membership of the Board.

21(4)  
Section 34A of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 applies in relation to a delegation under this section as if the Board were a person.

21(5)  


A certificate signed by the Chairperson stating any matter with respect to a delegation of a function or power under this section is evidence of that matter unless evidence to the contrary is given.

21(6)  
A document purporting to be a certificate mentioned in subsection (5) shall, unless the contrary is established, be deemed to be such a certificate and to have been duly given.

21(7)  
(Repealed by No 164 of 2007)

21(8)  
(Repealed by No 164 of 2007)


 

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