The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7
Superintendent may employ agents
Superintendent may employ agents.
21. The said Superintendent with the advice of his Executive Council may from time to employ the Agent-General of the Colony in Great Britain, for the purpose of entering into any contract or contracts under this Part of this Act, and for the purpose of contracting with persons desiring to settle upon any land set apart under this part of this Act, and to delegate to the Agent-General all or any of the powers by this Part of this Act conferred upon the Superintendent and upon the Superintendent with the advice of his Executive Council, except the power of setting aside land by Proclamation and all or any of the powers which under the terms sanctioned by the Governor in Council may be vested in the Superintendent and in the Superintendent with the advice of his Executive Council; and may from time to time terminate the employment of any such Agent-General and the delegation of all or any of the powers to be delegated under this Act. Provided that no such employment or delegation shall he terminated until notice thereof shall have been sent to the person employed or to whom such delegation shall have been made, and a sufficient time shall have elapsed for such notice to be received by him in the ordinary course of post.