ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title
President and Ministers
3. Transfer of functions
4. Delegation of functions by President or a Minister
6. Signification of exercise of functions
7. Certificate of Attorney-General
Public Offices and Authorities Generally
8. Evidence of signature of President, Minister and public officers
9. Ex-officio proceedings not to abate on death or change in office
10. Change in title or abolition of public office
11. Delegation of functions of office
12. Exercise of powers of prohibition, regulation and control
13. Power to appoint substantively pending retirement
14. Establishment and dissolution of public bodies
15. Power to appoint officers and alternate or temporary members
16. Vacancies and defective appointments
17. Authentication of decisions and documents
18. Power of majority and chairman
19. Change in title of public body
20. Control of certain corporations
Act 22, 1984,
Act 14, 2005.
An Act to provide for the exercise of functions by the President, Ministers, public officers, public bodies and other authorities and for matters connected therewith.
[Date of Commencement: 20th July, 1984]
This Act may be cited as the Public Authorities (Functions) Act.
This Act applies to every enactment to which the Interpretation Act applies, except where the contrary intention appears.
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