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11—Delegation by Minister

        (1)         The Minister may, by instrument in writing, delegate any of the powers or functions conferred on, or assigned to, the Minister by or under this Act—

            (a)         to a particular person or committee; or

            (b)         to the person for the time being occupying a particular position; or

            (c)         to a council.

        (2)         If a delegation is made to a committee under this section, the instrument of delegation may regulate the procedures to be followed by the committee and (without limiting the generality of that power) may empower the committee to act by decision of the majority of its members present at a meeting.

        (2a)         A power or function delegated under this section may, subject to the conditions of the instrument of delegation, be further delegated by instrument in writing.

        (3)         A delegation under this section—

            (a)         may be unconditional or subject to conditions specified by the delegator; and

            (b)         does not derogate from the power of the delegator to act personally in any matter; and

            (c)         is revocable at will by the delegator.

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