Handbook for Municipal Councillors
Written by George Rust-D'Eye, B.A., LL.B., LL.M.
Published by Carswell, 2010.
|Get practical advice on municipal matters in a handy pocket-sized
Handbook for Municipal Councillors is designed to be a comprehensive and easy-to-use reference on the roles and responsibilities of municipal councillors in Ontario. It is an essential guide for municipal councillors, officers and staff, including municipal lawyers and lawyers in private practice respecting clients who deal with municipalities in Ontario.
The role of municipal councillor is becoming increasingly demanding and complex. When dealing with the requirements of municipal legislation, you need to be aware of the legal and practical considerations faced by municipal councillors in fulfilling their duties.
What are the rules that apply to running for municipal office? What terminology do councillors use in referring to procedures at council and committee meetings? What should a councillor do to ensure compliance with conflict of interest requirements? What rights does a councillor have?
Written by George Rust-D'Eye, a leading specialist in the field, this text features expect advice on topics such as:
Ontario Municipal Law: A User's Manual, 2010
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