|Speaker||Rachel Amamoo, Barrister, Victorian Bar|
|Date||2 Mar 2020|
Substantive Law: 1.0
Delegations Of Statutory Functions
In the absence of an express power, when can or should you rely on an Implied power to delegate statutory functions? What factors should you weigh up when deciding whether the function can be delegated or is required to be exercised personally, or by the authority alone.
The decision in Northern Land Council v Quall  FCAFC (currently under appeal) and other relevant cases will be considered in this important session designed to minimise the risk of delegations being challenged.
Presented by: Rachel Amamoo, Barrister, Victorian Bar
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