2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 31 - Housing and Redevelopment
Section 31-12-60. Officers; employees; quorum; personal liability of members; delegation of powers.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 31-12-60 (2017)

(A) The Governor's at-large appointment shall serve for a two-year term as chairman of any authority initially established. The authority shall select its vice chairman and such other officers as the authority may determine from its membership. The authority shall select its chairman at all times after the initial two-year period during which the Governor's at-large appointee serves as chairman.

(B) The authority may employ or contract with technical experts and other agents and employees as it requires and may determine the qualifications and compensation of these persons. A majority of the members then in office constitute a quorum for its meeting. A member is not liable personally for losses unless the losses are occasioned by the wilful misconduct of the member. An authority may delegate one or more of its members, agents, or employees any of its powers that it considers necessary to carry out the purposes of the authority, subject always to the supervision and control of the whole authority.

HISTORY: 1994 Act No. 462, Section 1; 1995 Act No. 37, Section 7; 1998 Act No. 421, Section 1.

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