ESTABLISHING LOCAL LAW BY MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION
The study presents the municipal association’s capability to enact local law acts. The municipal association’s taking over the law-making competences is possible and purposeful. More than once it will be the essential perquisite for carrying out by the association of the tasks entrusted to it. Moreover, the performance of the public tasks assigned to the municipal association in its statutes will be more efficient and more effective. The legislator introduces a presumption of the transfer, to the established association, of all the rights and obligations related to the performance of a specific task, including the legislative competence regarding local law acts. The bodies of the municipal association fully meet the definition of a local government body, and the Constitution merely requires local government bodies to be among the entities empowered to enact local laws.
Kancelaria Adwokacka dr Joanna Kastelik-Fendryk, ul. Batorego 9, 34-300 Żywiec
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