Local Government Act, 1955

General sanction or consent by appropriate Minister.

8.—In relation to any power of the appropriate Minister which—

(a) is a power under Part II of the Act of 1941, Part III of the Act of 1946 or this Chapter of this Part of this Act, and

(b) is a power to sanction or to consent to acts of any local authorities,

the appropriate Minister may, as respects all or any one or more of those authorities or any class of those authorities, give a general sanction or consent applying to future such acts in cases in which he is the appropriate Minister and having effect on fulfilment, and only on fulfilment, by the authority or authorities concerned of specified conditions or requirements.