Local Government Act, 1941

Contributions by urban authorities to approved associations.

88.—(1) In this section—

the expression “urban authority” means any of the following local authorities, that is to say, a corporation of a county or other borough, a council of an urban district, and the commissioners of a town;

the expression “approved association” means an association of urban authorities approved of by the Minister and the objects of which include consultation as to the common interests of urban authorities and discussion of matters relating to local government;

the expression “the approved amount” means—

(a) where the urban authority in respect of which the expression is used is a corporation of a county borough—twenty pounds,

(b) where such urban authority is a corporation of a borough which is not a county borough or is a council of an urban district—ten pounds, and

(c) where such urban authority is the commissioners of a town—five pounds.

(2) Subject to the provisions of the next following sub-section of this section, an urban authority may contribute to the funds of any approved association.

(3) The total amount standing for the time being contributed under this section by an urban authority shall not exceed the approved amount in respect of such urban authority.