Local Authorities. (COMPANIES) ORDER 1995 The Company shall at all times comply with the Local Authorities (Companies) Order 1995, any successor legislation or statutory instrument and any other laws in force from time to time relation to the operation, management and activities of a local authority owned company.
Local Authorities. Generally, coastal local authorities take the lead in dealing with pollution which comes ashore. They currently have no statutory responsibility to do so. However they do have a duty to assess the risk of an emergency occurring, and to prepare and maintain plans where they consider it necessary or desirable to act to prevent, reduce, control or mitigate the emergency’s effect. In a major incident local authorities would be provided with assistance from the MCA.
Local Authorities. Local authorities shall contribute with the states to sustainable water and environment management in the Transboundary Basin of Mekrou. They shall register their actions in the framework of national and sub-regional instruments of sustainable management of the Transboundary Basin of Mekrou; and they encourage local initiatives of sustainable management in the national portions of the Trans- boundary Basin of Mekrou. They shall exercise in their respective territory their regulatory prerogatives in accordance with policies, strategies and legislation in force. . They shall encourage transboundary cooperation be- tween boundary local authorities located in the Trans- boundary Basin of Mekrou.
Local Authorities. The Localism Act 2011 provides a power of general competence for local authorities. Part 1, chapter 1, section 1 states, subject to prescribed limitations including compliance with pre-existing legislation:
Local Authorities. Land Charges and Replies to Enquiries The Properties are not affected by any matter or thing which would be revealed by official certificates of search in the register of local land charges or by replies to enquiries received from the appropriate local authority or body which would adversely affect the Properties or the value thereof or the continued uses thereof for the existing uses indicated in schedule 6.
Local Authorities. Section 2 of the Local Government Act (2000) as amended by the Localism Act (2011) enables local authorities to do anything to promote social, economic, or environmental well-being in their area provided that it is not specifically forbidden by other statute (including the Data Protection Act) and that in carrying out such activities they have regard to their sustainable community strategies. In addition Section 111 of the Local Government Act (1972) enables Local Authorities to do anything conducive or incidental to the discharge of any of its functions
Local Authorities. General Local authority specific drafting is required in relation to matters such as: • The Local Government Contracts Act 1997 (see Form 11 in Appendix 2) • Authority rights to assign (Clause 57 - see Form 10 in Appendix 2) • Authority Events of Default (Clause 39 - see Form 9 in Appendix 2) • Best Value (see Form 12 in Appendix 2) Schools Where the facilities are a school, provisions may be relevant to deal with matters such as: • Development constraints re adjacent operating school facilities(see Form 4 in Appendix 2) • School representative (see Form 1 in Appendix 2) • Dates for service commencement (see note to Clause 14.4 in Appendix 1) • Use of the facilities - additional hours, community use, third party use (see Form 6 in Appendix 2) • Janitors (see note to Schedule Part 12 in Appendix 1)
Local Authorities. The land falls within the authority of the Breckland District Council, Xxxxxxxxx House, Xxxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, XX00 0XX. Viewing: The land may be viewed during daylight hours only, with a copy of these particulars in hand, subject to prior appointment with the Agents, Cruso & Xxxxxx. Please contact either Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx or Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx. Tel: (01553) 691691 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way: The land is sold, subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way whether public or private light support drainage or water electricity supplies and other rights and obligations easement, quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves, poles masts, pylons, stays cables, drains, water, gas and other pipes whether referred to herein or not. There are no public rights of way crossing the land. Measurements & Other Information: All measurements are approximate. Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you please contact this Office and we will be pleased to check the information for you, particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to the property. Agricultural Land to Let In addition to the land for sale, the Vendor is seeking to let on terms to be agreed under a Farm Business Tenancy an area of 26.17 hectares (64.66 acres) or thereabouts on a Single Tenancy Agreement, as shaded purple on the letting plan attached. The terms will include the following provisions. • The letting will be under the provision of Farm Business Tenancies Xxx 0000. • The term and rent will be by mutual agreement. • The Landlord will include the benefit of the BPS Entitlements. • The rent shall be paid half yearly in advance. • The tenant will pay all outgoing’s in addition to the rent. • The Landlord reserves the right of early entry subject to crop compensation provisions. • Holdover for the 2019 Harvest to be agreed. Boundaries, Plans, Areas Schedules & Disputes: The Purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and areas and any mistake or error shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points arise on the general remarks, stipulations, particulars, schedule, plan or the interpretation of any of them, questions shall be referred to the selling Agents whose decision acting as experts shall be fin...
Local Authorities. Local Authorities [whether as County, District, Metropolitan or Unitary Councils] [hereafter referred to as LA's] have played a significant role in flood defence and coast protection for many years.