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How to use delegated powers in a sentence

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Council planning officers have delegated powers to authorise masts of any height without taking the application to committee.
He could not transfer his royally delegated powers to the people, but only to a deputy such as himself.
An earlier plan for 14 houses on the site, with no social housing, was rejected by officers using delegated powers.
The compromise was to fashion a powerful presidency subject to checks and balances with delegated powers.
Seventhly and lastly, if the Commission fails to respect its engagements Parliament will not grant any further delegated powers in future.
Firstly, the extent of delegated powers will be defined through codecision.
It was long clear to the Liberal Group that the only interim solution would be to put a time limit on the delegated powers.
One clear method used in companies for operational control is to draw up formal statements of delegated powers, usually referred to as reserved powers statements.
Because of the complex nature of legal administration, the pharaoh delegated powers to provincial governors and other officials.
The union was a compact of sovereign states, Jefferson asserted, and the federal government was their agent with certain specified, delegated powers.
The Spanish parliament's rejection earlier this month of Catalonia's request for delegated powers to hold a referendum on our country's future came as no surprise.
The management board has also delegated powers and responsibilities to the members of the executive committee, making it possible for the company to operate with a simple hierarchical structure.
The Director General, Corporate Services, and the Manager, Information Management Division, have been delegated powers by the Executive Director deemed appropriate for the effective administration of the programs.
The Commission shall make a report in respect of the delegated powers at the latest three months before the end of a three-year period after the date of application of this Regulation.
Any officer, director, or member of a committee with board delegated powers that have a direct or indirect financial interest is an interested person.
Subsequently, the ACP-EC Council of Ministers on the same day confirmed that it had delegated powers to the ACP-EC Committee of Ambassadors to adopt the decisions by the written procedure.
Indeed the Commission considers that such adjustments would not warrant a full legislative proposal and that the use of delegated powers is therefore justified.
Hamilton suggested that the convention exceed its delegated powers and call for another meeting of representatives from all the states to discuss various problems confronting the nation.
Until the Government of Wales Act 2006, these were delegated powers of the UK government.
However, the supervision of the implementation of delegated powers or tasks of execution entrusted to them may include an appraisal of expediency and efficiency.
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