the amount of severance pay paid during the year to anyone who has resigned from his position as director general of the local authority; and in this section, severance pay refers to any consideration that a local authority is prepared to give to a worker to terminate his employment with respect to that employee`s agreement, which is a financial or other consideration that is in addition to that employee`s right. You can comment on the possibility of a land agreement by the local authorities. : The Halsbury laws of England  useful with regard to your application, which says: The Eastbourne Herald – always the first with your local news. It is important to examine the development of Confederation itself when considering whether Section 33 of the Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1982 allows a local authority to carry out landwork in the future. For example, Section 33 of the Local Commissions Act (Miscellaneous Provisions) 1982 allows for positive alliances that bind future owners by the Council as a local authority (not as landowners). In addition, a planning obligation (Clause 106-Convention) would be legally possible without a request for appropriate planning. I share reservations about the usual restrictive alliances; Since the Council is a local authority, it could require new legal provisions as part of the transfer of ownership arrangements. This notice of practice defines the procedural law of arbitration procedures (the right of cure or lex arbitri) and the way in which it is determined by the law of England and Wales (England and English are used as practical shortcuts). Procedural Law of ArbitrationThe procedure I applied to the Alliance Council for freedom of information, but I have not yet been told whether they are seeking such legal commitments from the purchasers. Otherwise, the Council`s assertions that alliances would help prevent change would be undermined. Whatever alliances are in place, the Council must still commit not to impose the offences itself, which is also unclear.