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Dealing with governors acting outside of their remit

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Last updated on 3 March 2017
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What should we do if a governor acts without authority? Governors can only act independently when the governing body delegates specific functions to them. We set out advice from one of our associate experts on what to do if a governor makes a decision that has not been delegated to them.

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