Royal Decree 2568 / 1986 Of 28 November, Which Approves The Regulation Of Organization, Operation And Status Of The Local Entities.

Original Language Title: Real Decreto 2568/1986, de 28 de noviembre, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Organización, Funcionamiento y Régimen Jurídico de las Entidades Locales.

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The first final provision of law 7/1985, of 2 April, regulator of the Bases of the Local regime, establishes that the national Government must update and accommodate to it, among others, the rules of organization, operation and status of the corporations local approved by Decree of May 17, 1952 with the modification that has been subjected to in subsequent provisions.

The Government has acted, pursuant to this provision, to adapt Regulation to the regulatory law of the Local regime Bases cited for which have had to be a certain necessary work to develop the novelties of law 7/1985, in terms of the Statute of the members of local governments and residents, as well as citizen participation. In the same way, it has adapted to political pluralism the functioning of the colleges of the local entities and regulates the system of delegation of powers of the President and Parliament of the local corporations in other organs of the same.

In terms of procedure and legal regime occurs a general referral to the State law governing the common administrative procedure, considering the peculiarities of the Local regime.

By virtue, on the proposal of the Ministry for public administrations, according to the Council of State and after deliberation by the Council of Ministers at its meeting on 28 November 1986, D I S P O N G O: only article.

Approves the regulation of organization, operation and legal regime of the entities local updated and accommodated to law 7/1985, of 2 April, regulating the Bases of the Local regime, whose text is then inserted.

Given in Madrid on November 28, 1986.

JUAN CARLOS R the Minister for public administrations, JOAQUÍN ALMUNIA AMANN rules of organization and functioning and regime legal of entities local title preliminary provisions general article 1.

International provisions in article 3 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, Spanish Local authorities is consisting of: 1. the territorial local authorities: to) the municipality.

(b) the province).

(c) the island in the Balearic and Canary archipelagoes.

2 other bodies which enjoy, also, of the condition of local authorities: to) the lower than the municipal territorial entities, instituted or recognized by the autonomous communities.

(b) the districts or other entities grouping several communes, instituted by the autonomous communities in accordance with their respective statutes of autonomy.

(c) Metropolitan Areas.

(d) the associations of municipalities).

Article 2 1. Government and municipal administration, except for those municipalities that legally work in open Council system, corresponds to the City Council, composed of the Mayor and the Councillors.

In the municipalities that operate in regime of Council open, Government and administration shall be exercised by an Assembly composed by all voters in the municipality and the Mayor directly elected by them.

2. the Government and administration of the province as local entity corresponds to the provincial Council or another corporation's representative character.

3. the councils and Island Councils are bodies of Government and administration of each island.

4. the organs of Government and administration of local authorities will be the regulated in the laws of the autonomous communities which implement them or recognize and, in the case of the communities, as laid down in its statutes.

Article 3 1. For the fulfilment of its purposes, the city councils, on behalf of the municipalities, the territorial or other corporations of representative character, on behalf of the provinces, and the councils and councils, in representation of the Islands, will have full legal capacity to acquire, possess, claim, swapping, encumber or dispose of all kinds of goods and rights, contracts, establish and exploit works and public services be bound, the remedy established and exercise action foreseen in the laws.

2. the same legal capacity will have the relevant bodies on behalf of respective entities of less than the municipal territory.

3. the municipalities, provinces, Islands and other territorial local entities will be exempt from taxes of the State and the autonomous communities, in accordance with the laws.

Article 4th 1. The municipality, the province and the island enjoy autonomy for the management of their respective interests, under the terms of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and as the territorial Government, and within the sphere of their competence, corresponding to them in any case: a) the self-organization and regulatory powers.

(b) the tax and financial powers.

(c) the power of programming or planning.

(d) the powers of expropriation and research, settling and recovery of its goods trade.

(e) the presumption of legitimacy and enforceability of their acts.

(f) the powers of execution forced and impose penalties.

(g) the power to review of trade of their acts and agreements.

(h) the imprescriptible of their property and rights in the terms provided for in the laws, the priorities and preferences and other privileges accorded to the Treasury for the credits of the same, without prejudice to which correspond to the farms of the State and the autonomous communities.

2. the laws of the autonomous communities that establish or recognize the territorial entities of field lower municipal and, likewise, to the regions, Metropolitan Areas, and other groupings of municipalities other than the province, will determine the scope of their autonomy and will realized the public powers that applicable.

Article 5 1. Local authorities served with objectivity the public interests that are entrusted to them and act in accordance with the principles of efficiency, decentralization, deconcentration and coordination, with the subjection to the law and to the right.

2. the courts exercise control of legality of provisions and acts of local authorities.

TITLE the first statute of the members of local corporations chapter first acquisition, suspension and loss of membership of the Corporation. Rights and obligations Article 6 1. The determination of the number of members of local corporations, the procedure for their election, the duration of its mandate and the cases of ineligibility and incompatibility are the regulated under electoral law.

2. the Presidents and members of the local corporations enjoy, once they have taken possession of his office, honours, privileges and distinctions which are laid down in the law of the State or the autonomous communities own, and are required to strictly comply with the duties and obligations inherent in that.

Article 7th the Councillor, MP or member of any local authority that proclaimed elected, proves shall provide credential to the General Secretariat.

Article 8 who holds membership of a corporation will be, however, suspended in their rights, privileges and duties when involves it a firm conviction judgment.

Article 9th the Councillor, MP or member of any local authority will lose their status as such for the following reasons: 1. by final judicial decision, which annul the election or proclamation.

2. for death or incapacitation, is declared by final judicial decision.

3. by termination of the mandate, upon the expiry of his term, notwithstanding that continue in their functions only to the ordinary administration until the inauguration of their successors.

4. by resignation, which should be effective in writing before the plenary of the Corporation.

5. by incompatibility, in the cases and conditions established in the electoral legislation.

6. for loss of Spanish nationality.

Article 10.

1. the Councillors and MPS must observe at all times the rules on incompatibility and must inform the Corporation any fact that could be cause of the.

2 produced a cause of incompatibility and declared the same by the corporate House, affected by such declaration shall choose, in within the ten days following the day on which received notification of their incompatibility, the waiver of the condition of Councillor or MP or the abandonment of the situation as of origin concerned incompatibility.

3. after the period referred to in the previous number without having exercised the option means that the affected has resigned from his post of Councillor or MP, and must declare by the corporate House the corresponding vacancy and inform the fact the election administration for the purposes provided for in the articles 182 and 208 of the organic law 5/1985 , of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime.

Article 11.

Are rights and duties of the members of local corporations the recognized by law 7/1985, of 2 April, and the regulated in their development and implementation by the State provisions there referred to, in the Royal Decree legislative 781/1986, of 18 April, which approves the revised text of the legal regulations in the field of Local Government , and by the laws of the corresponding region on Local Government. In the absence of these latest standards of the following articles shall apply.

Article 12.


1. members of local governments have the right and duty to attend, with voice and vote, the plenary sessions and the of those other colleges of that part, except for a just cause that prevents it, that must communicate with the required notice to the President of the Corporation.

2. absences of members of local authorities outside the municipal area exceeding eight days shall be put in knowledge of the respective Presidents, to do so in writing, either personally or through the spokesman of the group, specifying, in any case, the foreseeable duration of the same.

Article 13.

1. the members of the local corporations are entitled to perceive, charged to the budget of the local authority, the remuneration and compensation that correspond, in terms that are determined in the following paragraphs.

2. in accordance with the provisions of article 75.1 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, shall have the right to receive remuneration and to be discharged in the General regime of the Social Security the members of local corporations that develop their corporate responsibilities on a full-time basis.

In the course of those benefits, their perception will be incompatible with any other consideration charged to the budgets of public administrations and bodies, agencies and companies of them dependent.

3. the recognition of the exclusive dedication to a member of the Corporation shall require preferential dedication to the tasks of his office, without prejudice to other marginal occupations which, in any case, may not cause detriment to his dedication to the Corporation. In the event that such occupations are paid, a formal statement of compatibility by the plenary session of the local authority will be required.

4. the full corporate, on the proposal of the President, shall determine, within the contained global appropriation for this purpose in the budget, the relationship of charges of the Corporation who will serve on a full-time basis and, therefore, entitled to remuneration, as well as the amounts that correspond to each of them in accordance with their degree of responsibility.

The appointment of a member of the Corporation for one of these charges only will entail the application of the system of full-time if expressly accepted by him, in which case this fact shall be communicated to the plenary at the next ordinary session.

5. all members of the Corporation, including which play charges on a full-time basis, will be entitled to receive compensation for costs incurred by the exercise of the office, when they are effective, and prior justification document, according to the rules of general application in public administrations and that in this regard approves the corporate House.

6. only members of the corporation having no full-time receive assistance for effective attendance at meetings of the collegial bodies of that part, to the extent that the plenary of the same. However, everyone can receive this kind of compensation in the case of governing bodies dependent on the Local Corporation agencies which have independent legal personality, of boards of Directors of companies with capital or municipal control or courts of tests for personnel selection.

Article 14.

1. all members of the local corporations have the right to obtain from the mayor or President or Government Commission many antecedents, data or information held by the services of the Corporation and are accurate for the development of its function.

2. the request for access to information shall be granted by administrative silence in the event that the Chairman or the Commission of Government does not dictate resolution or denegatorio agreement at the end of five days, counting from the date of application.

3. in any case, the refusal of access to the informative documentation be made through resolution or reasoned agreement.

Article 15.

(Notwithstanding the provisions in number 1 of the preceding article, the local administrative services will be required to provide the information, without that the Member of the Corporation certifying be authorized in the following cases: to) when in the case of access of the members of the Corporation who have delegations or management responsibilities, to own the same information.

(b) in the case of any member of the Corporation, access to information and documentation issues that have to be dealt with by the colleges that are part, as well as resolutions or decisions adopted by any municipal organ.

(c) in the case of the members of the Corporation access to information or documentation from the local authority that are freely available to citizens.

Article 16.

1 consultation and concrete review of the records, books and documents in general shall be governed by the following rules: to) the general query of any record or documentary background may be, either in the general file or dependency location, either by delivery thereof or copy to the Member of the Corporation interested so you can check them at the office or rooms reserved for the members of the Corporation. The issuance of copies shall be limited to the cases cited of Council members free access to information and to the cases in which it is expressly authorized by the President of the Commission of Government.

(b) in no case records, books or documents may leave the town hall or Palace Provincial, or local offices and the corresponding dependencies.

(c) consultation of the records and the books of resolutions of the President should be in the file or in the General Secretariat.

(d) the examination of dossiers submitted to the session may be made only in the place in which they are shown from the call.

2 in the event of delivery referred to in to) the previous number, and for the purpose of timely administrative control, the person concerned must sign an acknowledgement of receipt and shall be obliged to return the record or documentation in a maximum term of forty-eight hours, or earlier, depending on the needs of the processing of the dossier in question.

3. the members of the Corporation must keep reserve in relation to the information to be provided to them to enable the development of its function, singularly that must serve as a precedent for decisions that are still pending for adoption, so as to avoid the reproduction of documentation that may be provided, in original or copy , for their study.

Article 17.

All the aldermen of the Corporation shall be the Town Hall of a mailbox for the interior official correspondence and that of external origin.

Similarly, provincial deputies shall be the Provincial Palace of a mailbox for correspondence of external origin.

Article 18.

Sanctions in accordance with article 78.4 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, the Presidents of the local corporations can impose members thereof for unjustified absence from the sessions or repeated breach of its obligations, shall be governed by the provisions of article 73 of the Royal Decree legislative 781/1986 , 18 April, which approves the revised text of the legal regulations in the field of Local Government.

Article 19.

If the cause of the penalty could be, in the opinion of the Corporation, constitutive of offense, the President will go down blame both competent judicial body, to refrain from continuing the sanctioning procedure until the pronouncement of the Court.

Article 20.

The members of local corporations may not invoke or make use of your condition for the exercise of any commercial, industrial or professional activity.

Article 21.

Notwithstanding the causes of incompatibility established by law, members of local governments shall refrain from participating in the deliberation, vote, decision and execution of all matter when any of the causes referred to in the law of administrative procedure and the public administrations contracts.

Article 22.

1. the members of the local corporations are subject to civil and criminal liability for acts and omissions in the exercise of his office.

2. of the agreements of the collegiate bodies of local governments shall be responsible for those of its members who have voted.

3. the liability of the members of local corporations will be required before the competent courts of Justice and shall be dealt with by the ordinary procedure applicable.

Chapter II groups 23 article.

1. the members of local corporations, for the purposes of its corporate performance, will form in groups.

2. no one can simultaneously belong to more than one group.

Article 24.

1. the political groups will make up by letter addressed to the President and signed by all its members, to be presented at the General Secretariat of the Corporation within five working days of the Constitution of the Corporation.

2 the same writing of Constitution shall contain the designation of the Group's spokesperson, and may also appoint alternates.

Article 25.

Of the Constitution of the political groups and members and spokesmen, the President will notice to the House in the first session that takes place after the time limit referred to in number 1 of the preceding article.

Article 26.


1. the members of the Corporation who acquire their status after the constituent session of the Corporation be incorporated into groups, according to the rules agreed to by the Corporation.

Article 27.

To the extent of the functional possibilities of the administrative organization of the local authority, the various political groups will be at the headquarters of a firm or local to meet independently and receive visits from citizens, and the President or member of the corporation responsible for the area of internal regime will make available a minimum infrastructure of personal and material resources.

Article 28.

1. the political groups may make use of the premises of the Corporation to hold meetings and working sessions with associations for the defence of the collective, General or sectoral interests of the population.

2. the President or the head of the internal regime corporate member shall establish the specific regime according to the levels of each of them political representation and use of the premises by the groups of the Corporation, taking into account the necessary functional coordination.

3. not be allowed this type of meetings coinciding with meetings of the plenary or the Commission of Government.

Article 29.

Corresponds to the political groups designate, by letter of his spokesman to the President and in the terms provided in each case in this regulation to those members who are to represent them in all collegiate bodies composed of members of the Corporation belonging to various groups.

Chapter III registration of interests article 30.

1. in accordance with the provisions of article 75.5 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, will be the Secretary of the Corporation in the register of interests of members of the same.

Custody and management of the registry corresponds to the Secretary.

2 all members of the Corporation the duty of formulating, before registration, statement of the circumstances referred to in the law: a) before taking up his post.

(b) when occur variations throughout the mandate. In this case the term to communicate the variations will be a month counting from the day that have occurred.

Article 31.

1 the Declaration of interests may be implemented in any kind of document that makes faith of the date and the identity of the declarant and its contents, in which, in any case, shall consist of the following: to) identification of movable and immovable property of personal heritage, designation, where appropriate, registration, and date of purchase of each.

(b) list of activities and occupations professional, commercial or industrial, work self-employed and other sources of private income, with specification of their scope and nature and of jobs or positions who have in private entities, as well as the name or business name of them.

(c) other interests or private activities which are still not capable of providing income, affect or are in relation to the scope of powers of the Corporation.

2. in the event that the Declaration is formulated in standard format approved by the corporate House, it shall be signed by the person concerned and by the Secretary-General in his capacity as notary public municipal.

Article 32.

For access to the data contained in the register of interests, it will be necessary to accredit the legal status of direct legitimate interested, pursuant to applicable state or autonomic legislation.

Chapter IV treatments honorary art. 33.

The mayors of Madrid and Barcelona will have treatment of excellence; the other provincial capital cities, treatment of grace, and the remaining municipalities, treatment of ladies and gentlemen. Respecting, however, treatments that respond to traditions recognized by legal provisions.

Article 34.

1. the President of the Provincial Council of Barcelona will be the treatment of excellence and the other Councils of illustrious.

2. the Presidents of the councils and insular councils shall be entrusted to the same treatment, duties and rights granted to the Presidents of provincial Council.

3. in any case be respected treatments that respond to traditions recognized by legal provisions.

Title II Organization of territorial local authorities needed chapter first municipality article 35.

1. the Council is the organ of Government and administration of the municipality, as a matter of public law Corporation.

2 necessary bodies of the City Council are: to) the Mayor.

b) Mayor's lieutenants.

(c) the full.

The Commission of Government in the municipalities with population of higher law to 5,000 inhabitants and in less, when its organic regulation available d) or so the House agreed of his town hall.

First section. Constitution, validity and termination of the corporate mandate article 36.

1 third day prior to the designated by the electoral law for the constituent session of the town halls, the Councillors of the unemployed, both plenary and, where appropriate, of the Commission of Government, will meet in session convened for the sole purpose of approving the minutes of the last meeting held.

2. registrars and Auditors proof of stocks taken precise measures so that the day of the establishment of new local governments made an arc and they are prepared and updated cash or securities of the Corporation, which is deposited in the Municipal housing or banking institutions, as well as the documentation relating to the inventory of the heritage of the Corporation and its autonomous agencies.

Article 37.

1. municipal corporations constitute public meeting the twentieth day after the elections, unless submission of electoral contentious appeal against the proclamation of the elected Councillors, whose course is the fortieth day after the elections.

2. to this end is a table of age composed of the elected Mayor and younger present at the ceremony, acting as Secretary that is Corporation.

3. the table checks presented credentials or badges of the personality of the elected, based on certifications to City Council the election Board in the area had sent.

4 made the above operation table declare constituted the Corporation if there is a majority of the elected Councillors. Otherwise be held session two days later, being constituted the Corporation, either that was the number of Councillors present. If for any reason the Corporation could not constitute, the Constitution of a Commission proceeds Fund Manager on the terms laid down by the general electoral legislation.

Article 38.

Dentro_de the thirty days following the constituent session, the Mayor convened the session or extraordinary session of the plenary of the Corporation that are accurate, in order to resolve on the following points: a) periodicity of meetings of the plenary.

(b) establishment and composition of the permanent informative committees.

(c) appointment of representatives of the Corporation in all kinds of colleges that should be represented.

(d) knowledge of the resolutions of the Mayor in terms of appointments of mayors, members of the Commission of Government, if it must exist, and give Presidents informative commissions, as well as delegations as appropriate by the Mayor's Office.

Article 39.

1. the mandate of the members of the municipal councils is four years from the date of your choice.

2. Once completed its mandate, members of profit corporations will continue its functions only to the ordinary administration until the inauguration of their successors, and in no case may adopt agreements which legally requires a qualified majority.

Second section. Mayor art. 40.

1. election and dismissal of the Mayor is governed by the provisions of the electoral legislation, without prejudice to the application of the rules relating to the procedure of plenary meetings of the City Council.

2. whoever is proclaimed Mayor will take possession before the plenary of the Corporation, in accordance with the generally established for the takeover of public officials.

3. If I can be found in the session of Constitution, it will be required to take possession within forty-eight hours, also before the corporate House, with the warning that, if they do not do without just cause, shall apply the provisions of the electoral legislation in the event of vacancy in the Mayor's Office.

4. the Mayor may waive their charge without losing their status as Councillor. The resignation shall be effective in writing before the plenary of the Corporation, which shall adopt knowledge within ten days following agreement.

In such a case, the vacancy will be covered in the way established in the electoral legislation.

5 vacant mayor by renouncement of its owner, demise or judgment, the special session for the election of a new mayor will be held, with the requirements set out in the electoral law, within ten days following the acceptance of the resignation by the plenary, at the time of the death or the notification of the judgment, as the case may be.

6. in the event of a motion of censure against the Mayor to prosper, this will cease in office at the time of the adoption of the agreement. Whoever is proclaimed as Mayor will take office in the way established in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article.

Article 41.


The mayor presides over the Corporation and has the following responsibilities: 1. represent the City Council and preside over all public events being held in the city, notwithstanding the provisions in the rules of Protocol.

2 go to the Government and municipal, and in the framework of the basic regulation, the Organization of the administrative services of the Corporation.

3 appoint and dismiss the Deputy Mayor and the members of the Commission of Government, if any.

4 convene and preside over the meetings of the plenary, the Committee of Government and any other municipal bodies, as well as decide ties with casting vote.

5 enforce ordinances and municipal regulations.

6 direct, promote and inspect the works and services whose execution or realization had been agreed to seek the necessary technical advice.

7 require all the required accurate and diligent compliance with the services and charges of a public nature, such as statistics, registers, censuses, backgrounds, accommodations and personal services and transport.

8 go urban, rural, health, livelihood, security and circulation and customs, police published the effect sides, orders, or instructions of circular.

9. the granting of licences for opening of manufacturing, industrial or commercial establishments and any other indoles, and licensing of works in general, unless the by-laws or sectoral laws attributed to it expressly to Parliament or to the Commission of Government.

10 Chair auctions and contests for sale, leases, works, services and supplies, and awarded definitively, in accordance with the laws, which are within their competence and temporarily those who should decide the Corporation.

11. 1. Procurement and award of works, supply and services whose amount does not exceed 5 per 100 regular resources budget and 50 per 100 of the general limit applicable to direct contracting, as well as all those others who, exceeding the said amount, with a duration not exceeding one year or do not require credits above the appropriated in the annual budget.

2. the preparation and award of such contracts shall be subject to provisions of the procedure legally laid down in each case.

12 to sign deeds, documents and policies.

13 issue sides.

14 play top Chief of the staff of the Corporation and as direct Chief of the same exercise all the powers in respect of staff who are not of the competence of the plenary or the administration of the State and, in particular, the following: to) make proposals derived from the annual offer of public employment, in accordance with the basis adopted by the plenary of the Corporation , and to appoint career of the Corporation, on the proposal of the Tribunal, to which exceed the corresponding tests.

(b) resolve calls and tenders for the provision of the jobs of appointees.

(c) recruit and dismiss the staff of the Corporation and assign to it to different labor positions laid down in the corresponding relations adopted by the Corporation, in accordance with labour legislation.

(d) to appoint and cesar staff interim and eventually in the terms provided for in the legislation in force.

(e) order the disciplinary instruction and apercibir and preventively suspend all kinds of personnel.

(f) reward and punish the staff of the Corporation, unless the sanction consists of separation from service or the dismissal of the workforce. For enabling national officers shall apply provisions of the 99.4 articles of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and 151 of the Royal Legislative Decree 781/1986, of 18 April, which approves the revised text of the legal regulations in the field of local government.

(g) the statement of administrative situations, as well as the retirement of the staff.

(h) the individual allocation of complement of productivity and bonuses, according to the State rules governing the remuneration of staff in the service of local corporations.

15 exercise direct the Municipal Police Headquarters, as well as the appointment and punishment of officials who use weapons.

16 form the proposed budgets required in advance so that they can be approved by the City Council within the designated time.

17 have expenditure within the limits of its competence and those expressly provided for in the rules of implementation of the budget, ordering all the payments carried out with municipal funds and authorise documents involving formalization of income in depository.

18 develop municipal economic management in accordance with the approved budget and accountable to the Corporation for transactions in each financial year.

19 organize the services of tax and Treasury, without prejudice to the powers of the plenary to approve the forms of management of these services.

20 retain in his possession one of the three keys of the Ark of flows and attend the ordinary and extraordinary balances.

21 approve the invoices corresponding to the normal development of the budget and that would have been received by the intervention services.

22 exercise judicial and administrative actions in case of emergency, giving account to the plenary in the first session to celebrate.

23 punish faults of obedience to their authority or violation of the bylaws, except in cases in which the entitlement is attributed to other organs.

24 personally, and under its responsibility in the event of a disaster or public calamity or serious risk thereof, the measures necessary and appropriate, giving immediately to the House.

25 publish, execute and enforce the agreements of the City Council.

26. the announcement of the municipal popular consultations, under the terms of article 71 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

27. the others that expressly attributed the laws and that the legislation of the State or the autonomous communities allocated to the municipality, and not attributed to other municipal bodies.

Article 42.

The Mayor will brief notice to the Corporation, at each ordinary session of the plenary, the resolutions which it has adopted since the last ordinary plenary session to let Councillors know the development of the municipal administration for the purpose of control and supervision of government bodies, referred to in article 22.2, to), law 7/1985, of 2 April.

Article 43.

1. the Mayor may delegate its powers, except those referred to in articles 21.3 and 71 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, under the terms laid down in this article and the following.

2. the Mayor can make delegations on behalf of the Government Commission, as a collegiate body. In this case, decisions adopted by it in relation to delegated areas, will have the same value as the resolutions issued by the Mayor in exercising the powers not delegated, without prejudice to their adoption in accordance with the rules of functioning of the Commission.

3. the Mayor may delegate the exercise of certain powers to the members of the Commission of Government, and where this does not exist, in Mayor's lieutenants, without prejudice to special delegations, for specific tasks, can be made in favour of any Councillors, although they do not belong to the Commission.

Generic delegations shall relate to one or several areas or certain materials, and may include both the Faculty of leading the services corresponding to manage them in general, including the Faculty of resolved through administrative acts that affect third parties.

4. in addition, the Mayor may make delegations special in any Councillor for the direction and management of certain issues included in the aforementioned areas. In this case, the Councillor who holds a generic delegation will have the power to monitor the performance of the Councillors with delegations for specific tasks included in your area.

5 special delegations may be of three types: to) related to a project or specific subject. In this case, the effectiveness of the delegation, which will contain all the delegated faculties of the Mayor, including the emit acts affecting third parties, shall be limited to the time management or implementation of the project.

(b) relating to a particular service. In this case the delegation will include internal address and the management of the relevant services, but may not include the Faculty of resolved through administrative acts that affect third parties.

(c) relating to a district or neighborhood. They may include all the powers delegated by the Mayor in relation to certain matters, but limited to the territorial scope of the delegation. The decrees of delegation co-exist this type of delegations with generic delegations by areas, will establish coordination mechanisms between each other, in such a way that it is guaranteed the unity of Government and management of the municipality.

Article 44.

1. all delegations referred to in the preceding article shall be made by Decree of the Mayor, which will contain the scope of the matters referred to in the delegation, the powers delegated, as well as the specific conditions of exercise of the same, to the extent that materialize or depart from the general regime laid down in this regulation.


2. the delegation of powers of the mayor shall take effect from the day following the date of the Decree, except as therein, without prejudice to mandatory publication in the "Official Gazette" of the province and in the city, otherwise if it exists.

3. the rules of the preceding paragraphs shall apply to any subsequent modification of the delegations.

4. of all delegations and their modifications will realize the plenary at the first session it held subsequent to the same.

Article 45.

The delegations that the Mayor may grant pursuant to article 43.3, second paragraph, must adapt to the major areas in which the organic regulation, in the event that it had been approved by the Corporation, distribute the administrative services of the City Council.

Third section. Of the lieutenants of Mayor art. 46.

1. the deputy mayors will be freely appointed and removed by the Mayor from among the members of the Commission of Government and, where this does not exist, from among the Councillors.

The appointments and the resignations will be made by a resolution of the Mayor that will realize the House in the first session that concluded, shall be, in addition, personally to the appointed, and shall be published in the «Official Gazette» of the province, without prejudice to its effectiveness since the day after the signing of the resolution by the Mayor, if it is not available otherwise.

2. in the municipalities with Government Commission the number of mayors may not exceed the number of members of that. In those others in that there is no such Committee, the number of mayors may not exceed the third of the legal number of members of the Corporation. For the purposes of the computation decimals resulting from dividing by three the total number of Councillors will not be taken into account.

3. the status of Deputy Mayor is lost, in addition to the termination, by expressly states in writing and by the loss of membership of the Commission of Government.

4. in the municipalities which do not have Government Commission may be subject to a single resolution of the Mayor, the appointment as Deputy Mayor, and the delegation of authority referred to in article 43 of this regulation.

Article 47.

1 corresponds to the mayors, as such, replace in all of its functions and in the order of their appointment, the Mayor, in cases of absence, illness or impairment that hinders this for the exercise of its powers, as well as to perform the functions of the Mayor in the event of vacancy in the Mayor's Office until the new Mayor takes office.

2. in cases of absence, illness or disability, the functions of Mayor may not be assumed by the Deputy Mayor to who it may concern without express delegation, which will meet the requirements of paragraphs 1 and 2 of article 44.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, when the Mayor is absent in the municipality for more than twenty-four hours, without having given the delegation, or when unforeseen cause has found it impossible to grant it, replaced you, in all of its functions, Deputy Mayor who appropriate, informing the rest of the Corporation.

Similarly, when during a session it shall refrain from intervening, in relation to any particular point of it, the President, in accordance with the stipulated in article 76 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, will replace him automatically in the Presidency of the Deputy Mayor to whom it may concern.

Article 48.

In the event of replacement of the Mayor, by reason of absence or illness, Deputy Mayor who assume their functions not revoked delegations that would have granted the first pursuant to article 43.

Fourth section. Full art. 49.

The plenum is composed by all Council members and is chaired by the Mayor.

Article 50.

They correspond to the House once constituted pursuant to the electoral legislation, the following powers: 1. choose and dismiss the Mayor from his post in accordance with the rules laid down in electoral legislation.

2 controlling and overseeing the municipal governing bodies.

3 approve the organic regulations, ordinances and other general provisions falling within municipal competence.

4. the agreements concerning the participation in supramunicipal organizations; alteration of the municipal term, creation or elimination of municipalities and entities referred to in article 45 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April; creation of decentralized bodies; alteration of the capital of the municipality and the change of name of this or those entities, and the adoption or modification of its banner, teaches, or shield.

5 approve the establishment and the relationship of the jobs of the entity, pursuant to the State rules laid down in article 90.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and determine the number and characteristics of the staff, as well as approve the annual public employment offer.

6. the fixing of the global amount of the complementary fees, within the maximum and minimum limits and other requirements laid down in the State implementing rules of article 93 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

7 approve the bases of the tests for the selection of personnel, subject to the regulations issued by the State pursuant to the authorisation conferred by article 100,2 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

8 approve the bases that have to govern the provision of job competitions, subject to standards issued by the State, as provided in the articles 90.2 and 101 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and resolve accordingly the competitions referred to in article 102.2 of the same Act.

9. the authorisation or refusal of support from the staff to the service of the local authority for a second place or activity in the public sector, as well as the reasoned ruling recognizing the compatibility or declaring the incompatibility cited personnel for the exercise of activities of the local authority, referred to in articles 9 and 14 of the Act 53/1984 , on December 26, incompatibilities of personnel at the service of the public administrations.

10 separate service entity officials, ratify the dismissal of the workforce and impose sanctions for serious or very serious faults officials with national rating not involving the removal from office or the definitive separation from the service.

11. the determination of equity of a tax nature, the approval and modification of the budgets, the disposition of costs in matters of their competence and the approval of the accounts.

12 remember the operations of credit or guarantee and grant take away and waits, as well as the extrajudicial recognition of credits.

13. the alteration of the legal classification of the property of the municipality, prior record in which proving your opportunity and legality.

14. the acquisition of goods and the transaction on them, as well as its disposal or any other Act provision including free transfers to other Governments or public institutions and private public interest non-profit institutions.

15. the grant, lease or grant of use of goods for more than five years, provided that the amount exceeding 10 per 100 of regular resources from its budget.

16. the regulation of the exploitation of community property and the assignment by any title of the use of these assets.

17. the exercise of administrative and judicial actions and the defence in the proceedings against the City Council.

18. the approach to conflicts of powers to other local entities and other public administrations.

19. the acceptance of the delegation of powers made by other public administrations.

20. approval of plans and other planning and management instruments provided for in the urban legislation.

21. the adoption of the form of management of services and records of municipalization.

22. the hiring of works, services and supplies with a duration exceeding one year or required by credits superior to those in the annual budget of the Organization and the adoption of general specifications to contracts of the Corporation must be held.

23. the adoption of projects of works where the hiring of its execution is within its competence, in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.

24 granted medals, emblems, awards or other honorary badges and confer titles of favorite or adoptive children or honorary members of the Corporation.

25. those others which must correspond to the plenary for approval require a special majority, pursuant to article 47 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, and the other to expressly permit you laws.

Article 51.

1 the full City Council may delegate any of its powers, in whole or in part, the Mayor and the Commission of Government, with the exception of those listed in article 23.2, b), second subparagraph, of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

2. the plenary session agreement whereby there is the delegation, which will be adopted by a simple majority, shall take effect from the day following their adoption, without prejudice to publication in the "Official Gazette" of the province. These rules will also apply to subsequent amendments of this agreement.


3. the delegation agreement will contain the scope of the matters to which it relates and the specific powers which are delegated, as well as the specific conditions of exercise of the same to the extent that materialize or depart from the general regime laid down in this regulation.

4. the delegations of the plenary in the field of financial management may also confer through the basis of implementation of the budget.

Fifth section. Of the Commission of Government article 52.

1. the Commission of Government composed of the Mayor, who presides over it, and Councillors freely appointed by it as members of the same.

2. the number of Councillors that the Mayor may appoint members of the Commission of Government, shall not be higher than the third of the legal number of members of the Corporation. For the purposes of the computation decimals resulting from dividing by three the total number of Councillors will not be taken into account.

3. the Mayor may cease freely, at any time, to any member of the Committee on Government.

4. the appointments and resignations will be adopted with the formalities prescribed in the number first article 46 of this regulation.

5 may be made of a single resolution of the Mayor, the appointment as member of the Government Commission and the delegation of authority referred to in article 43 of this regulation.

Article 53.

1 is own and delegated attribution of the Commission of Government permanent assistance to the Mayor in the exercise of its powers. To this end, the Commission of Government shall be informed of all decisions of the Mayor. This information shall be prior to the adoption of the decision provided that the importance of the matter so requires.

2. Likewise, the Commission of Government shall exercise the powers delegated, pursuant to articles 43 and 51, the mayor or the plenary, as well as those powers expressly assigned laws.

3. the regime of delegations of the Mayor and of the plenary, the Commission of Government, shall be governed by the provisions of articles 43, 44 and 51 of this regulation.

Seventh section. Open article 54 Council.

1. in the municipalities that operate in regime of Council open, the powers of the Assembly and the Mayor are governed by the usages, customs and traditions and, failing that, by law 7/1985, of 2 April, by the laws of the autonomous communities on Local Government and by the rules of the second and fourth sections of this chapter.

2. the Mayor may appoint mayors, up to a maximum of three, among the voters of the municipality, which will be governed by the provisions of the third section of this chapter.

Chapter II of the first section province. Constitution, validity and termination of the corporate mandate article 55.

1. the provincial Council is the organ of Government and administration of the province, as a local authority, as a matter of public law Corporation.

2 necessary bodies of the provincial Council are: to) the President.

(b) the Vice-Presidents).

(c) the full.

d) the Commission of Government.

Article 56.

1. the third day prior to the designated by the electoral law for the constituent session of the County Council, members of it who should cease, both the House and the Commission of Government, will meet in session convened for the sole purpose of approving the minutes of the last meeting held.

2 secretaries and auditors all the supporting documents of stocks shall take measures precise so that the day of the establishment of the new Corporation made an arc and they are prepared and updated cash or securities of the Corporation, which is deposited in the box or in banks, as well as the documentation relating to the inventory of the heritage of the Corporation and its autonomous bodies.

Article 57.

1. the constitutive session of the Councils will be held on the fifth day after the proclamation of the elected deputies, at twelve o'clock, at the headquarters of such corporations, upon delivery of the respective credentials to the Secretary of the Corporation.

2. If at the time and date indicated for the constituent session of the Councils to the same concurriese a number less than the absolute majority of elected members, these are understood to be gathered automatically for the constituent session, two days later, that there will be held at the same location and at the same time. In this session the Corporation shall constitute, either that was the number of deputies that concurring.

3. the constitutive meeting, noon to this object, will preside over a table of age, composed of older and younger deputies present at the event, and acting Secretary who is the Corporation.

The table will check the submitted credentials or badges of personality of the elected, based on the certifications has been referred by the Electoral Board's area, and declare constituted the Corporation. He then will proceed to elect the President from among its members, pursuant to the provisions of the electoral legislation.

Article 58.

Dentro_de the thirty days following the constituent session, the Chairman shall convene the sitting or extraordinary session of the plenary of the Corporation that are accurate, in order to resolve on the following points: a) sessions of the plenary and of the Committee on Government regime.

(b) establishment and composition of the permanent informative committees.

(c) appointment of representatives of the Corporation in all kinds of colleges that should be represented.

(d) knowledge of the decisions of the Presidency in terms of appointment of Vice-Presidents and members of the Commission of Government, and Presidents of the informative commissions, as well as the delegations that the President deems appropriate to confer.

Article 59.

1. the mandate of the members of the provincial Council is four years from the date of the election.

2. Once completed its mandate, members of profit corporations will continue its functions only to the ordinary administration until the inauguration of their successors, and in no case may adopt agreements for which a qualified majority is legally required.

Second section. Of the President of the Diputación Provincial art. 60.

1. election and dismissal of the President of the Council is governed by the provisions of the electoral legislation, without prejudice to the application of the rules relating to the procedure of plenary sessions of the provincial Council.

2. whoever is proclaimed President will take possession before the plenary of the Corporation, in accordance with the generally established for the takeover of public officials.

3. If I can be found in the session of Constitution, it will be required to take possession within forty-eight hours, also before the corporate House, with the warning that, if they do not do without just cause, shall apply the provisions of the electoral legislation in the event of vacancy in the Presidency.

4. the President may waive their charge without losing their status as Deputy. The resignation shall be effective in writing before the plenary of provincial Council, to be taken by agreement of knowledge within ten days.

In such a case, the vacancy will be covered in the way established in the electoral legislation.

5 vacant the Presidency by the resignation of the incumbent, death or judgment, the special session for the election of new President will be held, with the requirements set out in the electoral law, within ten days following the acceptance of the resignation by the plenary, at the time of the death or the notification of the judgment, as the case may be.

6. in the event that prosper a motion of censure against the President, this will cease in office at the time of the adoption of the agreement.

Whoever is proclaimed as President should take office in the way established in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article.

Article 61.

The President of the Provincial presides over the Corporation and has the following responsibilities: 1. represent the provincial Council and preside over all public acts of provincial character, without prejudice to the provisions in the rules of Protocol.

2 go to the Government and administration provincial and, within the framework of the basic regulation, the Organization of the administrative services of the Corporation.

3 name and cesar to the Vice-Presidents and members of the Commission of Government.

4 convene and preside over the meetings of the plenary, the Commission of Government and any other provincial bodies, as well as decide ties with casting vote.

5 published in the «Official Gazette» of the province call for extraordinary sessions, two days before, at least, one that should be held, without prejudice the personal summons to each Member and especially expected for the urgency.

6 enforce provincial regulations and ordinances.

7 direct, promote and inspect the works and services whose execution or realization has been agreed, to seek the necessary technical advice.

8 ensure that provision of services and compliance burdens imposed laws to the Provincial Administration.

9 Chair auctions and contests for sales, leases, works, services and supplies and definitely award pursuant to laws that are within its competence and temporarily those who should decide the Corporation.


10. 1. Procurement and award of works, supply and services whose amount does not exceed 5 per 100 regular resources budget and 50 per 100 of the general limit applicable to direct contracting, as well as all those others who, exceeding the said amount, with a duration not exceeding one year or do not require credits exceeding the stated in the annual budget.

2. the preparation and award of such contracts shall be subject to provisions of the procedure legally laid down in each case.

11 to sign deeds, documents and policies.

12 top Chief of the staff of the Corporation and as a direct supervisor of the same play, exercise all the powers in respect of staff who are not of the competence of the plenary or the administration of the State and, in particular, the following: to) make proposals derived from the annual offer of public employment, in accordance with the basis adopted by the plenary of the Corporation , and to appoint career of the Corporation, on the proposal of the Tribunal, to which exceed the corresponding tests.

(b) resolve the calls for the provision of the jobs of appointees.

(c) recruit and dismiss the staff of the Corporation and assign to it to different labor positions laid down in the corresponding relations adopted by the Corporation, in accordance with labour legislation.

(d) to appoint and cesar staff interim and eventually in the terms provided for in the legislation in force.

(e) order the disciplinary instruction and apercibir and preventively suspend all kinds of personnel.

(f) reward and punish the staff of the Corporation, unless the sanction consists of separation from service or the dismissal of the workforce. For officials of national enabling it will be provisions in the articles 99.4 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April and 151 of the Royal Decree legislative 781/1986, of 18 April, which approves the revised text of the legal regulations in the field of local government.

(g) the statement of administrative situations, as well as the retirement of the staff.

(h) the individual allocation of complement of productivity and bonuses, according to the State rules governing the remuneration of staff in the service of local corporations.

13 form the proposed budgets required in advance so that they can be approved by the provincial government within the deadline.

14 have expenditure within the limits of their competence, and those expressly provided for in the rules of implementation of the budget; order all payments which are carried out with provincial funding and authorizing documents involving formalization of income in depository.

15 develop provincial economic management in accordance with the approved budget and accountable to the Corporation for transactions in each financial year.

16 arrange the services of tax and Treasury, without prejudice to the powers of the plenary to approve the forms of management of these services.

17 keep in its possession one of the three keys of the Ark of flows and attend the ordinary and extraordinary balances.

18 approve invoices corresponding to the normal development of the budget and that would have been received by the intervention services.

19 exercise judicial and administrative actions in case of emergency, giving account to the plenary in the first session to celebrate.

20 punish faults of obedience to their authority or by violation of the provincial Ordinances, as well as punish tax offences, except in cases in which the entitlement is attributed to other organs.

21 publish, execute and enforce the provincial agreements.

22 to approve the records of income of people in provincial establishments.

23 manage, preserve and improve the provincial heritage and sustain and develop provincial services.

24. make the management of the services of the autonomous community whose day-to-day management is entrusted by the provincial government.

25. the exercise of those other powers which the law of the State or the autonomous communities assigned to the provincial Council and are not expressly assigned to other bodies, as well as others that expressly attributed the laws.

Article 62.

The President will give concise account to the Corporation in each ordinary session of the plenary of the resolutions which it has adopted since the last ordinary plenary session so that members know the development of the Provincial Administration for the purpose of control and supervision of the management of government bodies referred to in article 33.2, e), law 7/1985 , 2 April.

Article 63.

1. the President may delegate its powers, except those referred to in article 34.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, under the terms laid down in this article and the following.

2. the President may make delegations in favour of the Government Commission, as a collegiate body. In this case, the agreements adopted by it in respect of the matters delegated will have the same value as the resolutions issued by the President of the powers not delegated, without prejudice to their adoption in accordance with the rules of functioning of the Commission.

3. the President may delegate the exercise of certain powers to members of the Government Commission, without prejudice to special delegations to specific tasks to carry out on behalf of any members, even though they do not belong to the Commission.

Generic delegations shall relate to one or several areas or certain materials, and may include both the Faculty of leading the services corresponding to manage them in general, including the Faculty of resolved through administrative acts that affect third parties.

4 the President may make delegations special in any Member for the direction and management of certain issues included in the aforementioned areas. In this case, Deputy who has a generic delegation, will have the power to supervise the performance of Deputies delegations for specific tasks included in your area.

5 special delegations may be of two types: to) related to a project or specific subject. In this case, the effectiveness of the delegation, which will contain all the delegated faculties of the President, including the emit acts affecting third parties, shall be limited to the time management or implementation of the project.

(b) relating to a particular service. In this case the delegation will include internal address and the management of the relevant services but may not include the Faculty of resolved through administrative acts that affect third parties.

Article 64.

1. all delegations referred to in the preceding article shall be made by Decree of the President that will contain the scope of the matters referred to in the delegation, the powers delegated, as well as the specific conditions of the exercise of the same, to the extent that materialize or depart from the general regime laid down in this regulation.

2. the delegation of powers of the President shall take effect from the day following the date of the Decree, except as therein otherwise provided, subject to mandatory publication in the «Official Gazette» of the province.

3. the rules of the preceding paragraphs shall apply to any subsequent modification of the delegations.

4. of all delegations and their modifications will realize the plenary at the first session it held subsequent to the same.

Article 65.

The delegations can be granted the President pursuant to article 63.3, paragraph 2D of this regulation, must adapt to the major areas in which the organic regulation, in the event that it had been approved by the Corporation, distribute the administrative services of the County Council.

Third section. Of the Vice-Presidents article 66.

1. the Vice-Presidents will be freely appointed and removed by the President from among the members of the Commission of Government.

The appointments and the resignations will be made by order of the President, which will give account to the plenary in the first session that is held, shall be, in addition, personally to the designated and shall be published in the «Official Gazette» province, without prejudice to its effectiveness from the day following the signing of the resolution by the President, if it is not available otherwise.

2. the status of Vice-President is lost, in addition to the termination, by expressly manifested in writing and by the loss of membership of the Commission of Government.

Article 67.

1 corresponds to the Vice-Presidents, as such, replace in all of its functions and in the order of their appointment, the President, in cases of absence, illness or impairment that hinders this for the exercise of its powers, as well as to perform the functions of the President in the event of vacancy in the Presidency until the new President takes office.

2. when during a session it shall refrain from intervening the President in relation to some specific point of it, as provided for in article 76 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, Vice President to whom it may concern automatically replaced him as President of the same.

Article 68.


In the cases of replacement of the President for reasons of absence or illness, the Vice President who assume their functions not revoked delegations that would have granted the first pursuant to article 63 of this regulation.

Fourth section. Full art. 69.

The full provincial Council is composed of all members, and is chaired by its President.

Article 70.

They correspond to the House once constituted pursuant to the electoral legislation, the following powers: 1 choose and dismiss the President from his post in accordance with the rules laid down in electoral legislation.

2D controlling and overseeing the provincial governing bodies.

3rd the Organization of the provincial Council.

4th approval of the organic regulations and ordinances and other general provisions falling within the provincial competence.

5th pass the workforce and the relationship of jobs of the Corporation, pursuant to the State rules laid down in article 90.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and determine the number and characteristics of the staff, as well as approve the annual public employment offer.

6th the fixation of the global amount of the complementary fees, within the maximum and minimum limits and other requirements established in the State implementing rules of article 93 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

7th approve the bases of the tests for the selection of personnel, subject to the regulations issued by the State pursuant to the authorisation conferred by article 100,2 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

8th approve the bases that have governed in the provision of job competitions, subject to standards issued by the State, as provided in article 90.2 and 101 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and resolve accordingly the competitions referred to in article 102.2 of the same Act.

9th the authorisation or refusal of support staff in the service of the local authority for a second place or activity in the public sector, as well as the reasoned ruling recognizing the compatibility or declaring the incompatibility cited personnel for the exercise of activities, labor, professional, commercial or industrial out of the local authority, referred to in articles 9 and 14 of the Act 53/1984 , of 26 December, incompatibilities of personnel at the service of the public administrations.

10 separating from the service to the officers of the Corporation, to ratify the dismissal of the staff and impose penalties for serious or very serious faults officials with national rating not involving the removal from office or the definitive separation of the service.

11. the determination of equity of a tax nature, the approval and modification of the budgets, the disposition of costs in matters of their competence and the approval of the accounts.

12 remember the operations of credit or guarantee and grant take away and waits, as well as the extrajudicial recognition of credits.

13. the alteration of the legal classification of the assets of the province, prior record in which proving your opportunity and legality.

14. the acquisition of goods and the transaction on them, as well as its disposal or any other Act provision including free transfers to other Governments or public institutions and private public interest non-profit institutions.

15. the grant, lease or grant of use of goods for more than five years, provided that the amount exceeding 10 per 100 of regular resources from its budget.

16. the exercise of administrative and judicial actions and the defence in the proceedings against the provincial government.

17. the approach to conflicts of powers to other local entities and other public administrations.

18. the acceptance of the delegation of powers made by other public administrations.

19. the transfer of functions and activities to other public administrations or the acceptance of the transferred.

20. the approval of the provincial annual plan of cooperation to works and services of municipal competition and other plans that establish the Provincial Government in accordance with the legislation.

21. the adoption of general plans of roads and the establishment of provincial communications and electricity supply services.

22. the adoption of the form of management of services and records of provincialization.

23. the creation, modification and dissolution of agencies and provincial establishments.

24. the hiring of works, services and supplies with a duration exceeding 1 year or required by credits superior to those in the annual budget of the Corporation and the approval of the general specifications to contracts of the Corporation must be held.

25. the adoption of projects of works where the hiring of its execution is within its competence in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.

26 report records of creation or elimination of municipalities in the province, where appropriate; of alteration of municipal areas, when they affect the provincial boundary, as well as the associations Constitution in relation to the draft laws and the creation of counties and metropolitan areas.

27. the approval of the adoption and modification of the banner, teaches, shield or coat of arms of the province.

28. the granting of medals, emblems, awards or other honorary badges and confer titles of favorite or adoptive children or honorary members of the Corporation.

29. those others which must correspond to the plenary for approval require a special majority, pursuant to article 47 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, and the other to expressly permit you laws.

Article 71.

1. the plenary of the provincial can delegate in whole or in part, any of its powers in the President and the Commission of Government, with the exception of those listed in articles 35 b), second subparagraph, of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April and 28.2 of the Royal Decree legislative 781/1986, of 18 April.

2. with regard to the requirements of the whole agreement whereby the delegation occurs, shall apply the provisions, with respect to the Town Hall, in the article 51, numbers 2 and 3.

3. the delegations of the plenary in the field of financial management may also confer through the basis of implementation of the budget.

Fifth section. Of the Commission of Government article 72.

1. the Committee on Government is made up of the President, who presides over it and members freely appointed by it as members of the same.

2. the number of members that the President may appoint members of the Commission of Government, shall not exceed the third of the legal number of members of the Corporation. For the purposes of the computation the decimal resulting from dividing by three the total number of deputies will not be taken into account.

3. the President may cease freely, at any time, to any member of the Committee on Government.

4. the appointments and resignations will be adopted with the formalities prescribed in number 1 of article 66 of this regulation.

5 may be a single resolution of the President the appointment as a member of the Government Commission and the delegation of authority referred to in article 63 of this regulation.

Article 73.

1 is own and delegated attribution of the Commission of Government permanent assistance to the President in the exercise of its powers. To this end, the Commission of Government shall be informed of all decisions of the President. This information shall be prior to the adoption of the decision, whenever required by the importance.

2. Likewise the Commission of Government shall exercise the powers delegated, pursuant to articles 63 and 71, the President or the House, and also those powers expressly assigned laws.

3. the regime of the President and delegations of the plenary in the Commission of Government, shall be governed by the provisions of articles 63, 64 and 71 of this regulation.

Chapter III of the Cabildos and advice Insulares Art. 74.

The Constitution of the Island Councils of the Canary Islands and the proclamation of the President shall be governed by the provisions of the organic law 5/1985, of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime.

Article 75.

1. the inter-island provincial associations of the Canary Islands, bodies of representation and expression of provincial interests, composed of the Presidents of the island Cabildos of corresponding provinces, are chaired by of the Cabildo of the island in which it is the capital of the province.

2. the Constitution of the inter-island Provincial Association session held the eighth day following the Constitution of Councils, at twelve o'clock, at the headquarters of the Council of the island where the capital is located.

3. the President of the Commonwealth holds the powers of the Presidents of the colleges of all local authority and, among them, the convening and presiding over its meetings and guide its deliberations.

Article 76.

1. the island of the Balearic archipelago tips are integrated and are pursuant to the provisions concerning the Statute of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, without prejudice to the supplementary application of the rules relating to the constituent session of the Councils.

2. the basic organization of the insular councils shall comply with the standards of the previous chapter on the Councils.

TITLE III


Operation of the necessary organs of territorial local authorities chapter first running of the plenary section first. Requirements of the Art. 77 sessions.

Plenary sessions may be of three types: a) ordinary.

(b) extraordinary.

(c) extraordinary urgent.

Article 78.

1 are those regular sessions whose frequency is preset. Such frequency will be set by agreement of the own plenary adopted in extraordinary session, which will convene the mayor or President within the thirty days following the constituent session of the Corporation and shall not exceed the quarterly limit referred to in article 46.2. a) of law 7/1985, of 2 April.

2 are extraordinary session convened the mayor or President with such character, on its own initiative or at the request of the fourth part, at least, of the legal number of members of the Corporation. Such a request must be made in writing that is reason the topic or topics that motivate it, signed personally by those who subscribe to it.

The relationship of matters included in the written not enerva Faculty of the mayor or President to determine the points of the agenda, while the exclusion of some of the proposed topics must be motivated.

3. the convening of the special session at the request of members of the Corporation shall be made within four days of the request and not may delayed their celebration for more than two months since the brief entry in the General Register.

4. against the expressed or presumed refusal of the request referred to in the preceding paragraph, corresponding resources, without prejudice to the administration of the State or of the respective Autonomous Community making use of the powers referred to in article 65 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April may be brought by interested parties.

Article 79.

They are convened the urgent special sessions by the mayor or President when the urgency of the matter or matters to be treated does not convene the special session with the least of two business days required by law 7/1985, of 2 April.

In this case the pronouncement of the plenary on the urgency should include as the first item on the agenda. If this is not appreciated by the plenary, will rise following the session.

Article 80.

1 corresponds to the mayor or President summoning all the plenary sessions. The convocation of extraordinary sessions shall be motivated.

2. call for proposals for sessions will accompany the comprehensive agenda of matters to deal with sufficient detail, and erasers of previous meetings which should be approved at the session.

3. the convocation, agenda and draft minutes shall be notified to the Councillors or members at his home.

4. between the call and the conclusion of the session may not be less than two business days, except in case of urgent extraordinary sessions.

Article 81.

1 call for an ordinary or extraordinary session, will lead to the opening of the corresponding record, which must include: a) the relationship of conclusos records that the Secretariat prepare and put at the disposal of the mayor or President.

(b) the fixing of the agenda by the mayor or President.

(c) copies of the notifications issued to the members of the Corporation.

(d) copy of the announcement on the Bulletin Board of edicts of the City Council or County Council and, where appropriate, press local.

(e) minutes of the Act.

(f) copies of the trades of remission of the agreements adopted at the administrations of the State and autonomous community.

(g) publication of the edict Board arrangements.

2. being mandatory notification to members of the local corporations of the corresponding orders of the day, in the General Secretariat must be duly accredited the fulfilment of this requirement.

Article 82.

1. the agenda of the session will be set by the mayor or President assisted by the Secretariat. It may also request the assistance of members of the Commission of Government and, where this does not exist, the lieutenants of Mayor, and check if it is deemed appropriate to the spokesmen of the groups in the Corporation.

2. on the agenda only topics which have been previously reported, reported or subject to consultation of the information Commission corresponding may be included.

3. the mayor or President, for reasons of urgency duly reasoned, may include in the order of the day, on its own initiative or on a proposal from one of the spokesmen, matters which have not been previously reported by the respective information Committee, but in this case not you taken any agreement on these matters without that plenary confirm its inclusion in the agenda.

4. in the agenda of the regular sessions will include always the point of prayers and questions.

Article 83.

Agreements adopted at extraordinary sessions on matters not included in your call will be null, as well as those taken in ordinary session on matters not included in the respective order of the day, except for special and prior declaration of emergency made by the relevant body, with the favourable vote of the majority laid down in article 47.3 of the Act 7/1985 , 2 April.

Article 84.

All documentation of the issues included in the agenda which should serve as basis for discussion and, where appropriate, voting should be available to the members of the Corporation from the day of the call in the Secretary of the same.

Any member of the Corporation may, in consequence, examine it and even obtain copies of specific documents that integrates it, but the originals shall not leave that showed jobs they may be.

Article 85.

1. the plenary held its meetings in the Town Hall, Palacio Provincial or headquarters of the Corporation in question, except in cases of force majeure in which, through the call for proposals or a resolution of the mayor or President previously issued and notified to all the members of the Corporation, may be enabled further building or local to that effect. In any case, shall be recorded in the minutes this circumstance.

2. in pride of place in the Chamber will be placed the effigy of S. M. The King.

Article 86.

1 calls for the sessions, the orders of the day, motions, particular votes, agreement proposals and opinions of the informative commissions was drafted, in any case, in the Castilian language.

They drafted also the co-official language in the autonomous community to which belong the Corporation when so required the Autonomous Community legislation or the Corporation agreed.

2. in discussions may be used, either Castilian or the co-official in the respective autonomous community.

Article 87.

All session, either ordinary or extraordinary, shall respect the principle of unity of Act and efforts are made to terminate on the day of its inception. If this lent they had discussed and resolved all the issues included in the agenda, the Chairman may adjourning the meeting. In this case not debated topics should be included in the agenda of the next session.

During the course of the session, the President may agree interruptions to its prudent discretion, to allow discussions of the groups separately on the question under discussion, or for rest in the debates.

Article 88.

1. plenary sessions shall be public. However, may be in secret the debate and the vote on those matters which may affect the fundamental right of citizens referred to in article 18.1 of the Spanish Constitution, when it is so agreed by an absolute majority.

2. to expand the auditory or visual dissemination of the development of the sessions you can install systems megafonicos or closed circuit television.

3. the audience at the session may not intervene in these, nor nor can afford to expressions of pleasure or displeasure, and can the President proceed, in extreme cases, the expulsion of the wizard that prevents the normal development of the session for any reason. Notwithstanding, once lifted the session, the Corporation can set a shift of consultations by the audience on specific subjects of municipal interest.

Article 89.

The members of the Corporation shall take seat in the session Hall joined his group. The order of the groups is determined by the President, heard the spokesmen, with preference group formed by the members of the list that had obtained the largest number of votes. In any case, the placement of the corporate members will tend to facilitate the issuance and counting of the votes.

Article 90.

1. for the valid Constitution of the plenary is required the assistance of a third of the legal number of members of the Corporation, which shall never be less than three. This quorum should be kept throughout the session. In any case, is required the attendance of the President and the Secretary of the Corporation or who legally substitute them.

2. If there was no quorum as referred to in the previous number in first call, the session means convened automatically at the same time, two days later. If the quorum is not then reach, the Presidency invalidates the call postponing the study of matters included in the agenda for the first session that takes place after, either ordinary or extraordinary.

Second section. Article 91 discussions.


1. the sessions will begin asking the President whether any member of the Corporation has to formulate any comments to the minutes of the previous sitting have been distributed with the call. If there were no comments it will be deemed approved. If any they will discuss and decide the corrections which may be applicable.

In any case you can modify the background of the resolutions adopted and will only fit remedy mere errors of fact or material.

To review, in each Act, reading and approval of the above shall include observations and practiced rectifications.

2. all matters will be discussed and shall vote in the order in which were related in the order of the day.

3. Notwithstanding provisions in the previous issue, the mayor or President can alter the order of topics, or withdraw an issue when its approval requires a special majority and this cannot be obtained at the time originally planned in the order of the day.

4 in an ordinary session, concluded the consideration of the matters included in the order of the day and before going on to question time questions and remarks, the President will ask if any political group wishes to submit to the consideration of the plenary for reasons of urgency, something not included in the agenda which accompanied the call and which has no place in the point of prayers and questions.

If so, the spokesperson of the proponent group will justify the urgency of the motion and plenary vote, then, about the origin of their debate. If the positive result of the vote outside follow the procedure laid down in article 93 of this regulation.

This paragraph shall not apply, in any case, to the motions of censure, whose processing, debate and vote will be governed by the provisions of article 108 of the rules of procedure.

Article 92.

1. any Councillor may request, during the debate, the withdrawal of any record included in the agenda, to join the same documents or reports, and also that the record is on the table, postponed is his argument for the next session. In both cases, the request will be voted on, after the debate and before proceeding to the vote on the merits of the case. If the simple majority voted in favour of the request there will be no place to vote the proposed agreement.

2. in the case of matters not included in the agenda requiring mandatory report from the Secretariat or from the intervention, whether if they could vote in the Act, they must apply for President is postponed their study being on the table until the next session.

When such a request was not answered, the Secretary will do so expressly stated in the Act.

Article 93.

Consideration of each item in the order of the day will begin with reading, unabridged or summary, by the Secretary of the opinion formulated by the information Commission or, if it's an urgent matter, not ruled by the same proposition that is subject to the plenary. At the request of any group it must be unabridged reading to those parts of the record or report or opinion of the Commission deemed suitable for better understanding.

If nobody requests the word after the reading, the matter shall be referred directly to the vote.

Article 94.

1 if it promotes discussion, interventions will be ordered by the mayor or President in accordance with the following rules: a) may only be speaking prior authorization of the mayor or President.

b) discussion will begin with an exhibition and justification for the proposal, carried out by a member of the information Committee which had ruled it, or, in other cases, some of the members of the Corporation which agreed the proposal or motion, on its own behalf or collective or proponent municipal body of the same.

(c) below, the different groups consume a first turn. The mayor or President will ensure that all interventions have a duration equal.

(d) who is considered to be mentioned by intervention may request of the mayor or President to be given an appointment by allusions, which will be brief and concise.

(e) if some Group requests it, he will proceed to a second shift. Consumed this, Mayor or President can be terminated the discussion to be closed with an intervention by the rapporteur that briefly will ratify or amend its proposal.

(f) not other disruptions that the President will be accepted to call to order or the debated issue.

2. the members of the Corporation may at any time during the debate request Word to raise a point of order, invoking the effect the rule whose application calls. The President will solve it proceed, without that for this reason will enter into any debate.

3. the officials of the Secretariat and the intervention may intervene when they are required by the President for reasons of technical advice or clarification of concepts. When such officials understand that the debate has been raised any issue on which to doubt on the legality or budgetary impact debated point they may ask the President use the word to advise the Corporation.

Article 95.

1 the mayor or Chairman can call to order any member of the Corporation to: to) utters words or pour offensive concepts to decorum Corporation or its members, public institutions or any other person or entity.

(b) cause interruptions or, otherwise, alter the order of the sessions.

(c) intends to make use of the word unless it has been granted, or once it was withdrawn it.

2. after three calls to order at the same meeting, with the warning in the second of the consequences of a third call, the President may order you to leave the premises in which is celebrating the meeting, by adopting the measures it deems appropriate to enforce the expulsion.

Article 96.

In the cases in which, in accordance with the provisions of article 76 of the Act 7/1985, any member of the Corporation must refrain from participating in the deliberation and voting, Hall must be abandoned while it discussed and vote the issue, except case discuss your how corporate performance, which shall have the right to stay and defend themselves.

Article 97.

For the purposes of the development of the sessions and to define the nature of the interventions of the members of the Corporation, the following terminology is used: 1. opinion, is the proposal submitted to the plenary after the study of the record by the information Commission. It contains a descriptive part and an agreement to adopt.

2 proposition, is the proposal that is submitted to the plenary session concerning a matter included on the agenda, accompanying the announcement, pursuant to article 82.3 of this regulation. It will contain a descriptive part or justification and agreement, Furthermore, to adopt. Shall not enter debate or vote a proposition without previously ratified, in accordance with the referred Article 82.3, the inclusion of the topic in the agenda.

3. motion, is the proposal that is submitted directly to knowledge of the House under cover of the stipulated in article 91.4 from this regulation. It may be written or oral.

4. particular vote, is the proposal for amendment of a ruling made by a member that is part of the information Commission. It must be accompanied with the opinion from the day following its adoption by the Commission.

5. amendment, is the proposed modification of an opinion or proposal presented by any Member, by letter presented to the President before the deliberation of the matter.

6 request, is the formulation of a proposal for action aimed at some of the Municipal governing bodies. The requests formulated in the bosom of the plenary may be debated, but never subjected to a vote.

Pleas can pose all the members of the Corporation, or the municipal groups through their spokesmen.

The requests may be made orally or in writing and will be usually discussed at the next session, notwithstanding that they may be at the same meeting that being asked if the mayor or President considers it suitable.

7. question, is any question to the organs of Government in the heart of the House. All the members of the Corporation, or the municipal groups through their spokesmen can ask questions. The questions raised orally during the course of a session will be usually answered by its recipient in the next session, notwithstanding that the questioned wants to give immediate response.

Written questions will be answered by your recipient in the next session, notwithstanding that the questioned wants to give immediate response.

Questions written twenty-four hours in advance, will be answered ordinarily in the session or, in duly substantiated in the following causes.

Third section. Article 98 votes.

1 completed the discussion of a topic, will proceed to a vote.

2. before to start the vote the mayor or President raise clearly and concisely the terms of it and how to cast the ballot.

3. once started the vote can not be interrupted for any reason.

During the development of the vote the Chairman shall not granted the use of the word and any corporate member may enter the room or leave.

4 after the ordinary vote, Mayor or President will declare what was agreed.


5. immediately after the conclusion of the vote, Secretary counted the votes cast and will announce its result, in view of which the mayor or President will proclaim the adopted agreement aloud.

Article 99.

1. the full local corporations adopt its agreements, as a general rule, by a simple majority of the members present. There is simple majority when the affirmative votes are more than the negatives.

2 it is understood by an absolute majority when the affirmative votes are more than half of the legal number of members of the Corporation.

3 means that there is the required majority in the article 47.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, when the affirmative votes is at or above the two thirds of the number of members constituting the Corporation and, in any case, the absolute majority of the legal number.

Only in the case of article 29.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, the two thirds majority refers to the legal number of members of the Corporation.

4 in the event that, in accordance with the procedure laid down in paragraph first of article 182 of the organic law 5/1985, of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime, not to be more potential candidates or deputies to appoint, the quorum of attendance and voting provided for in current legislation they shall be automatically referred to the number of members for subsisting Corporation , in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid election article.

5. the vote of the Councillors is personal and non-delegable.

Article 100.

1 vote can issue in respect of affirmative or negative, the members of the Corporation shall be abstain from voting.

Corresponding effects of the vote shall be considered that the members of the Corporation who have absent from the Chamber after the deliberation of a case and were not present at the time of the vote abstain. In the event that it had reinstated the Chamber before the vote they may certainly take part in it.

2. in the case of voting result of draw should be a re-vote, and if the tie persists, will decide the vote of the President.

Article 101.

Votes can be ordinary, nominal and secret.

They are ordinary which are manifested by conventional signs of concurrence, dissent or abstention.

Those votes carried out through appeal by alphabetical order of surnames and always in last place the President and in which each Member of the Corporation, to be called, respond out loud 'yes', 'no' or "I abstain" are nominal.

They are secret which are carried out by ballot that each Member of the Corporation be deposited in a ballot box or bag.

Article 102.

1. the normal system of voting will be the ordinary vote.

2. the vote will require a municipal group request approved by the House by a simple majority in regular voting.

3 the secret ballot may only be used for election or dismissal of people.

Article 103.

Proclaimed the agreement, groups who have not spoken in the debate or that after this have changed the direction of their vote, may request of the President a duty of explanation of vote.

Fourth section. Control and supervision by the plenary of the performance of the other organs of Government Article 104.

1 the control and oversight by the plenary of the performance of the other organs of Government shall be exercised through the following means: to) presence and requirement of corporate members who have delegation information.

(b) debate on the performance of the Commission of Government.

(c) motion of censure to the mayor or President.

2. the Municipal organic regulation may establish other means of control and oversight of government agencies.

Article 105.

1. each Member of the Corporation that holds the responsibility of a management area, by delegation from the mayor or President will be obliged to appear before the plenary session, when this so agreed, in order to answer the questions that are formulated him on his performance.

2 agreed by plenary the appearance referred to in the preceding paragraph, Mayor or President will include the issue in the agenda of the next regular or special meeting to be held by the Corporation, notifying the person concerned adopted agreement and the date that will be held the session that must appear. Between this notice and the session must take at least three days.

3. in the development of the hearings will be the order of interventions set out in article 94 of this regulation, acting the informant to provide answers to the questions that make you different political groups in the Corporation. In any case, this Court you can derive the adoption of agreements without fulfilling the requirements laid down in article 83 of this regulation.

Article 106.

1 plenary, on a proposal from the mayor or President or request of the fourth part at least of the legal number of corporate members, may agree celebration of extraordinary meeting whose purpose is subject to debate the Commission of Government.

2. the development of the meeting referred to in the preceding paragraph is subject to provisions in General, intervening in the first place the author of the proposal to explain the meaning of the same. Answer a member of the Commission of Government appointed by this and, after two separate shifts of replica, other political groups in the Corporation may intervene to put questions to the Commission of Government, which will be answered by a member thereof.

3. as a consequence of the debate a motion may be made so that the House revealed its position on the management of the Commission of Government. If the plenary support to discuss the motion, this will be included in the agenda at the next plenary, ordinary or extraordinary session.

Article 107.

1. the special session to deliberate and vote on the motion of censure the mayor or President, will be convened expressly with this single matter in the order of the day.

2. the motion will be formalized in writing presented in the General registry of the entity.

3. between the presentation of the motion of censure and the holding of the special session shall take at least seven days. The refusal of the call, which must be reasoned, may only be based on not meeting the motion the requirements established in the organic law 5/1985, of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime.

4. inside in the two days following the convening of the special session, other motions of censure may be submitted in the General registry of the State alternatives, which shall meet the requirements laid down in the organic law 5/1985, of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime.

Article 108.

1. the motions of censure to the mayor or Chairman shall comply with provisions of the general electoral legislation.

2. the debate and other aspects of procedure shall be governed by the organic regulations of the local entities.

Fifth section. The article 109 minutes.

1 each session the Secretary extend Act which shall be: to) the meeting place, with expression of the name of the municipality and local that is celebrated.

(b) day, month and year.

(c) time begins.

(d) name and surname of the President of the members of the Corporation present absentees that had excused and those who are absent without excuse.

(e) ordinary or extraordinary character of the session, and if held in first or second call.

(f) support the Secretary, or his legal substitute, and the presence of the officer responsible for the intervention, when concur.

(g) matters that examine, synthesized opinions of groups or members of the Corporation that had participated in the deliberations and incidences of these.

(h) voting be checked and in case the nominal sense in each Member to cast his vote. Ordinary ballots shall contain the number of affirmative votes, the negatives and abstentions. Shall contain the sense of the vote nominally when thus interested parties ask for it.

(i) part operative the agreements adopted.

(j) an hour in which the President the adjournment.

2. of not held session for lack of assistants, or other reason, the Secretary will supply act diligently an authorized with his signature, in which state the cause and names of the attendants and those who have excused their assistance.

Article 110.

1 shall apply to the drafting of the acts provisions of article 86.1, regarding the use of languages.

2. If the Secretary does not know the co-official language in the autonomous region, which belonged to the local authority, the wording of the text of the Act in the co-official language will be carried out by a suitable person designated by the Corporation, who shall sign the translation.

The Act will be passed in its bilingual version and it will certify the Secretary with the exception, so it refers to the translated version, that thus it is his translation.

3. the Act, once approved by the plenary, is transcribe in the book of acts authorizing it with the signatures of the mayor or President and Secretary.

Chapter II operation of the neighborhood assemblies in the regime of open Council article 111.

1. the operation of the neighborhood assemblies snaps to the usages, customs and traditions and, failing that, to law 7/1985, of 2 April, and the laws of the autonomous communities on Local Government. This article shall apply in the absence of the latter and, where possible, in the first chapter of this title.


2. the neighborhood assemblies meet where they hold by custom, they will hold regular session at least once to the quarter on holiday, and will be convened to touch campaign, by proclamation, announcement or by any other means traditionally used in the workplace.

3. so these assemblies are validly constituted shall attend one-third of the residents, present or represented, that it have the right. In any case the present number be less than three. The presence of the President and the Secretary or who legally substitute them is always required. The representation of the neighbors may be granted for each session or permanently, but always in favor of neighbor belonging to the local Assembly. The representation must register through public document, private notary entitled signed document or power granted to the Secretary of the local authority. Any neighbor can assume the representation of more than one-third of the members of the local Assembly.

4. agreements shall be adopted by majority vote.

Chapter III operation of the Commission of Government article 112.

1. the Committee on Government held constitutive session, to call for the mayor or President, within ten days following the day in which this has designated the members that compose it.

2. in the absence of express forecast in the organic regulation of the entity, the Government Commission will hold regular meeting every fifteen days at least.

3 corresponds to the mayor or President set, by Decree, the day and time in that regular session be held.

4. extraordinary sessions and the urgent will take place when, in such capacity, be convened by the Mayor.

5. the mayor or President may at any time bring together the Commission of Government when it deems necessary know their opinion or their assistance prior to giving rulings in exercising the powers that are appropriate.

6. the session will be held in the Town Hall, Palacio Provincial or building that is headquarters of the entity, except in cases of force majeure.

Article 113.

1 the sessions of the Committee on Government shall comply with the provisions in the first chapter of this title, with the following modifications: to) between the call and the conclusion of the session may not spend less than 24 hours, except in case of urgent and extraordinary sessions, before you get to know the matters included in the agenda It must be declared the urgency by most Member favorable agreement.

(b) the sessions of the Commission of Government will not be public, without prejudice advertising and State and Autonomic communication administrations of the agreements adopted. Also in within ten days should be sent to all the members of the Corporation copy of the certificate.

(c) the valid Constitution of the Commission of Government requires the attendance of the absolute majority of its components. If there was no quorum, it shall be in second call, an hour after the designated for the first, it's enough to support one third of its members and, in any case, a number not less than three.

d) the mayor or President directs and orders his prudent discretion the discussions in the Committee.

(e) in cases in which the Commission of Government exercising powers delegated by the plenary, it will be mandatory price review of the information Commission.

(f) the minutes of the sessions of the Commission of Government is transcribed in different sessions of the House book.

2. the Commission of Government in its deliberative meetings may adopt any agreement, formalizing the outcome of the discussions, where appropriate, in the form of opinions, in the terms of article 97.1 of this regulation.

3 sessions both in the meetings of the Commission of Government, the mayor or President may require the presence of members of the Corporation do not belong to the Commission of Government, or personnel at the service of the Organization, in order to report with regard to the scope of their activities.

4. when the Commission of Government exercising powers delegated by Parliament or that have been assigned to it by law, it shall adopt its agreements by formal vote, according to the rules laid down in this regulation.

Chapter IV general scheme of delegations between the necessary organs Article 114.

1. the delegation of authority will require, to be effective, its acceptance by the delegate. The delegation shall be accepted tacitly if at the end of three working days from the notification of the agreement the Member or organ recipient of the delegation does not express manifestation to the delegating authority that does not accept the delegation.

2. the delegations of the plenary on the mayor or President or the Commission of Government and those of the mayor or President in the latter, as a collegiate body, will not be revoked by the mere fact of producing a change in the ownership of the mayor or President or the specific composition of the Commission of Government.

3. the revocation or modification of the delegations shall be adopted with the same formalities as those required for its granting.

Article 115.

If something else is not available, the delegating authority shall retain the following powers in relation to associate competition: to) the receive detailed information from the management associate competition and acts or provisions issued pursuant to the delegation.

(b) be informed prior to the adoption of decisions of importance.

(c) the actions dictated by the authority delegated to the exercise of the delegated powers dictates are understood by the authority delegating, corresponding, therefore this resolution of resources of replacement that can stand, except that in the decree or agreement of delegation is expressly conferred resolution resources of replacement against the actions dictated by the executive body.

Article 116.

The delegating authority can arrogate anytime competition delegated pursuant to the legislation on common administrative procedure.

If you revoke the delegation, the body which holds the original competition, you can review the resolutions taken by the body or authority delegated in the same cases and conditions established for the office of administrative review.

Article 117.

No body may delegate to a third party the powers or powers received by delegation of another body.

Article 118.

The delegation of authority means that it is indefinite term, unless otherwise provided the delegation agreement or resolution, or temporality of it arises from the very nature of the delegation.

Title IV of the complementary organization of entities local territorial chapter first bodies complementary: composition and attributions art. 119.

Complementary bodies of territorial local authorities are: 1. in all, to) the Councillors and members of Parliament delegates.

(b) the information commissions).

(c) the Special Committee on accounts.

d) the sectoral Councils.

(e) the de-concentrated and decentralized services management bodies.

2 in the municipalities, also,) the personal representatives of the Mayor in villages and neighborhoods.

b) the municipal boards of district.

First section. The Concejales-Delegados and Diputados-Delegados article 120.

1. the Concejales-Delegados and the Diputados-Delegados are those Councillors and members of Parliament who hold some of the delegations of powers of the mayor or President, under the numbers 3, 4 and 5 of the articles 43 and 63, respectively, of this regulation.

2 loses the status of alternate or Diputado-Delegado: to) by express waiver, which will be formalized in writing before a mayor or President.

(b) by revocation of the delegation, adopted by the mayor or President with the same formalities envisaged to grant it.

(c) for loss of membership of the Commission of Government or in those municipalities where this does not exist, the of Deputy Mayor, in the case of the delegations referred to in articles 43.3 and 63.3, respectively, of this regulation.

Article 121.

1. the Concejales-Delegados and the Diputados-Delegados will have the powers that are specified in the respective Decree of delegation, and exercise them according to what in the is expected, on the basis of the types referred to in articles 43 and 63, respectively, and in the framework of the rules that are established there.

2. If the resolution or delegation agreement refers generically to a commodity or sector of activity without specification of powers, means comprising all those powers, rights and duties referred to associate matter corresponding to the organ which is originally assigned the powers with the sole exception of which according to law 7/1985, of 2 April non-delegable.

3. in matters not provided for in this section shall apply the General rules laid down in the fourth chapter of the third title of this regulation.

Second section. Representatives of the Mayor article 122.

1. in each of the towns and neighborhoods separated from the town and that they do not constitute local authority, the Mayor may appoint a personal representative from resident residents therein.

2. also the Mayor may appoint such representatives in those cities in which the development of services and advise it. The representative must be resident in own kernel which exert their functions.


3. the term of office shall be subject to the mandate of the mayor who named him, who can remove it when it considers it opportune.

4. the representatives shall be nature of authority in the performance of its municipal responsibilities, in as representatives of the mayor who appointed them.

Third section. Informative article 123 commissions.

1. the informative commissions, composed exclusively of members of the Corporation, are organs without adjudicative powers which function study, report, or query of issues that have to be subjected to the decision of the plenary of the Commission of Government when this Act with powers delegated by the plenary, except when be taken urgent declared agreements.

2. also inform those matters of the competence of the Commission of Government, and the mayor or President, who reviewed them by your knowledge by express decision of those.

Article 124.

1. informative commissions can be permanent and special.

2 are informative standing committees which are in General, including distributing materials that must be run to the House. Their number and initial designation, as well as any variation thereof during the corporate mandate, will be decided by resolution adopted by the plenary on the proposal of the mayor or President, seeking, where possible, their correspondence to the number and designation of the major areas in which corporate services are structured.

3 are special informative commissions plenary agreed to set up for a particular subject, in consideration of its special features of any kind.

These commissions are automatically extinguished once they have ruled or informed on the subject, which is its object, except that the whole agreement I think them was something else.

Article 125.

The creation of informative commissions agreement will determine the specific composition of the same, taking into account the following rules: a) the mayor or President of the Corporation, is the born President of them all; However, the effective Presidency may delegate it to any member of the Corporation, on a proposal from the Commission, after the corresponding choice in her womb.

(b) each Committee shall be composed in such a way that its composition will accommodate the existing proportionality between the various political groups represented in the Corporation.

c) the specific assignment to each Committee of the members of the Corporation required to form part of the representation of each group, will be made by writing the same spokesman to the mayor or President, and you will notice the House. You may designate, in the same way, an alternate for each registrant.

Article 126.

1. the opinions of the informative commissions are mandatory and non-binding.

2. in cases of urgency, the plenary or the Committee on Government, it may adopt agreements on matters not audited by the appropriate Commission information, but, in these cases, adopted agreement you must realize the information Commission at the first session that takes place. A proposal of any of the members of the information Committee, the matter must be included in the agenda of the next plenary to allow this deliberate on agreed upon urgency, in exercising its powers of control and supervision.

Fourth section. Of the Special Commission of accounts article 127.

1. the Special Committee on accounts is mandatory existence, as provided in article 116 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, and its Constitution, composition and integration and operation conform to provisions for other informative commissions.

2 corresponds to the Special Commission of accounts review, study and report by all accounts, budgetary and extrabudgetary, which must approve the plenary of the Corporation, in accordance with the regulatory legislation of the accounts of local authorities.

3 well through the organic regulations or by resolution adopted by the plenary of the Corporation, the Special Commission's accounts can act as information Standing Committee for matters of economy and Finance of the entity.

Fifth section. Municipal District Art. 128 boards.

The heart of the city may agree to the creation of municipal district boards, which will have the character of territorial organs of decentralized management and whose purpose will be to better management of the Affairs of the municipal competence and facilitate citizen participation in the respective territory.

Article 129.

1. the composition, organization and territorial scope of the boards will be established in the corresponding regulatory regulation approved by the plenary.

2. Regulation of the boards will determine also the administrative functions which, in relation to the municipal powers, delegated or may be delegated to them, leaving safe management of the municipality unit.

3. the rules of procedure of the municipal district boards shall be deemed, for all purposes, an integral part of the basic regulation.

Sixth section. Sectoral Art. 130 councils.

The right of the Corporation may agree the establishment of sectoral Councils, whose purpose will be the channel the participation of the citizens and their associations in Municipal Affairs.

The sectoral Councils will exclusively develop functions of report and, where appropriate, proposed, in relation to the municipal initiatives relating to the sector of activity to which correspond each Council.

Article 131.

1. the composition, organization and scope of sectoral Councils will be established in the whole agreement.

In any case, each Council will be chaired by a member of the Corporation, named and separate freely by the mayor or President, who will act as liaison between it and the Council.

2. the territorial scope of the sectoral Councils will coincide with the of the district boards in the case that there are, in whose course his presidency will fall on a member of the Board and his performance of report and proposal will be in relation to the scope of the same.

Seventh section. Organs de-concentrated and decentralized management of services article 132.

1. the plenary may establish bodies decentralized, other than those listed in the previous sections.

2 also plenary, may agree to the establishment of decentralized entities with legal personality, when so warrant it the need for greater efficiency in the management, complexity of the same, the streamlining of procedures, the expectation of increase or improve the funding or the convenience of obtaining a higher degree of citizen participation in the activity of providing services.

Article 133.

The establishment of bodies and entities referred to in the preceding article is governed, in his case, by the provisions of the legislation of Local regime forms of management of services, and in any case, be inspired on the principle of organizational economics, so your number is the least possible in view of the proper provision of the same.

Chapter II operation of complementary organs section one. Special rules of functioning of the commissions informative article 134.

1. informative commissions held regular sessions with the periodicity that remember the plenary upon constitute, in the days and hours established by the mayor or President of the Corporation, or its respective Chairman, who may also convene extraordinary or urgent sessions of the same. The mayor or President of the Corporation, or the President of the Commission, is obliged to convene special session as requested by the fourth part, at least, of the members of the Commission.

In this case, and as regards the order of the day, provisions in article 81 of this Regulation shall apply.

2. the sessions can be held at the headquarters of the entity or in other units of the same.

3. Requests correspond to the mayor or President of the Corporation or to the President of the Commission and must be notified to the members of the Commission or, where appropriate, to municipal groups in advance of two days, except the urgent. In any case, the agenda must be accompanied.

Article 135.

1. the valid celebration of the session requires the presence of the absolute majority of members of the Commission, whether they are holders or alternate, in first call and a minimum of three members in second call an hour later.

2. the Chairman directs and directs, prudent discretion, while respecting the General principles governing the plenary debates, the discussions of the Committee.

3. the opinions shall be adopted by simple majority of those present, deciding ties the President by vote of quality always.

Article 136.

1. no Commission may deliberate on matters within the competence of another, unless in the case of common problems in which case it may be called by the President of the Corporation, on the proposal of the of the respective commissions, a joint session.

2. the opinion of the Commission may be limited to show compliance with the proposal that will be submitted to him by the competent administrative services either formulate an alternative.

3. the members of the Commission who dissent from the opinion adopted by it, can ask to register their vote against or formulate particular vote for his defense before the House.

Article 137.


1. the Chairman of each Committee may require the presence, at its sessions, staff or members of the Corporation for informational purposes.

The sessions of the Committee on finance will assist, in any case, the officer responsible for the intervention.

2 of each session informative Commissions Act stating the ends referred to in paragraphs will rise to), b), c), d), e), g), h) and j) of article 109.1 of the regulation and which will accompany the opinions that have been approved and the specific votes that have been formulated to those.

Article 138.

In all matters not provided for in this section shall apply the provisions on operation of the House.

Second section. Special rules of the other colleges-complementary art. 139.

1. the operation of the district boards is governed by the rules agreed the House, through the regulation governing them and be inspired in the rules governing the functioning of the plenary, which will govern in all cases of supplementary.

2. the operation of the sectoral Councils will be governed by provisions of the plenary agreements that establish them.

3. the functioning of the colleges of decentralized management bodies will be governed by what provided for in legislation in respect of forms of management of services, according to their specific nature.

Title V organization and functioning of other local entities chapter one of the associations article 140.

In the absence of express regulation on the statutes of the communities, the following provisions shall apply: first. The management committees or boards of the associations will be integrated by two vocal representatives of each of the associated municipalities.

The second. The Board shall elect from among its members, the President and a Vice President that will replace it in the event of vacancy, absence or illness.

Third. The management committees or boards of the communities shall exercise the powers and adjust their operation to the rules of this regulation relating to the plenary session of the City Council.

-Fourth. The functions of the Chairman and Vice-Chairman shall be governed by this regulation for mayors and mayors.

Chapter II of the communities of Villa and land article 141.

The Organization and operation of the communities of land or Villa and land or city and Earth, partners, Royal manors, universities, communities of grasses, firings, water and similar will continue to be governed by their traditional or customary rules or provisions of their respective statutes.

Chapter III of the local authorities of territorial scope lower to municipality article 142.

1. the neighborhood committees constitute on the date that indicate the Electoral Board's area, once made the electoral operations provided for in article 199 of the organic law 5/1985, of 19 June, of the General Electoral regime, except that submission of contencioso-electoral appeal against the proclamation of the local mayor, in which case no may be constituted until it has been resolved.

2. the constitutive meeting of the Board of neighborhood will require for their validity the attendance of the majority of its members, as well as that of the attestor.

Article 143.

The regime of the neighborhood committees sessions mold to the provisions of this regulation to the Commission of Government.

Article 144.

The provisions of the preceding articles is understood without prejudice to the appropriate operation regime of Council open cases.

Article 145.

The local mayor shall appoint and remove the vowel that shall replace him in case of absence, vacancy or illness freely.

Title VI procedure and legal administrative procedure the first chapter first section. General rules article 146.

International Article 5.C) of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, the administrative procedure of the local entities is governed: first. As provided in the own law 7/1985, of 2 April, and State legislation on common administrative procedure.

Second. By the law on administrative procedure of local authorities issued the respective autonomous communities.

Third party. In the absence of the foregoing and in accordance with article 149(3) of the Spanish Constitution, by State law on administrative procedure of local authorities, which has no common or basic character.

Room. By the regulations on administrative procedure to approve the local authorities, in view of the peculiar organization which have adopted.

Article 147.

1 administrative procedures should develop procedures for economy, efficiency and coordination that stimulate the diligent performance of the Organization of local authorities.

2. whenever it is possible they will be machined or informatizarán bureaucratic jobs and you will prevent dulling or delay in processing of dossiers on the pretext of proceedings and supplied with mere drive, reducing them to the strictly indispensable.

Article 148.

Local authorities should ensure the custody, management, classification and cataloguing of documents and records and submit annually to the Institute of Local Government studies relationship specified documents and ordinances, ancient and modern, for their preservation and use by the Center.

Article 149.

The Secretaries of the Councils of municipalities population of over 8,000 inhabitants and those of provincial delegations drafted a report within the first semester of each year, which will give lengthy account of corporate management, including references to the development of services, statistical work, initiatives, pending projects, economic situation States and changes in the general inventory of the heritage that they will be remitted to the Ministry for public administrations.

Article 150.

Instruction and discussion procedures will not serve as an excuse to councils, councils and committees to delay compliance with legal obligations.

Second section. The registration of documents article 151.

1. in all local authorities will be a General Register record clearly the entry of documents received and the departure of those who have definitely been dispatched.

2. the General Register will remain open to the public all the working days during the hours prevented the legislation of administrative procedure common.

3. the existence of a single General Register shall be without prejudice to his organization decentralized, adapted to the characteristics of the Organization of the services of the Local authority.

Article 152.

General registration will be established so that it ensures consistency of the input and output of all documents that have the recipient or issued by the Local authority. Books or documentary support of the registry, shall not leave under any pretext of the Town Hall. Access to their content will be made by consulting them in the place in which they are under custody or through the issuance of certificates and testimonials.

Article 153.

1 seats of the registry shall contain exact reference of each of the documents to be forwarded from the local offices or that they received, and the effect of the input, should include the following: to) sequence number.

(b) date of the document, with expression of the day, month and year.

(c) date of entry of the document in the offices of the registry.

(d) origin of the document, with indication of the authority, Corporation, or person that is party to it.

(e) summary, review or brief referral of the matter included in the body of the registered letter.

(f) Bureau, section or unit that corresponds to their knowledge.

((g) resolution of the issue, date and authority that has issued it, and h) observations for any notation that in a given case might agree.

2 exit seats will refer to these concepts: to) sequence number.

(b) date of the document.

(c) date of departure.

(d) authority, negotiated, section or unit where it comes from.

(e) authority, Corporation or individual to whom it is directed.

(f) summary of its contents.

((g) reference, where appropriate, to the seat of input, and h) observations.

3. the seats have practice in a clear and concise manner, without amendments or scratches which, if any, will be saved.

Article 154.

All trades, notifications, orders, notifications, certifications, records or resolutions issued by corporations, authorities or local officials must be entered in the register of output.

Article 155.

Registered document, stamped in the same expressive note of the date on which is inscribed, input or output, and order number that has him.

Article 156.

1 of the registration officer will care, personal responsibility, that many documents presented carried attached refunds requiring regulating the local rate of the same Ordinance, if any, which are inutilizarán stamping on them date input.

2 If the document submitted to the register does not meet data required by the regulatory legislation of the common administrative procedure or missing because reinstatement, required would have signed it who, within the period of ten days, remedy the lack or attach the required documents, with a warning of that, if so it does not make it, will be archived without further formality.

Article 157.

Delivery and receiving, opening and processing the sheets of propositions for auctions or competitions and their supporting documents, are subject to the provisions especially in the regulation of recruitment of the local entities.

Article 158.


The writings may be submitted accompanied by the document or documents in which stakeholders melt their right, whether original, whether by testimony or by copy of the original that the Registrar collate.

Article 159.

1. any person who presents a document to the registry may request free receipt showing date and time of presentation, number entry and concise reference topic.

2. the receipt will test on the date that the document entry in the registry. Place of receipt may surrender sealed copy of the document.

Article 160.

The responsible for the register, after registration, it will make the classification of documents entered and shall distribute them among different offices, where must be entered in the partial register and join their antecedents, if any, or opens or start record in your case, giving the relevant processing.

Article 161.

For output documents, each section or Bureau will send them to be issued at the registration, which shall forward them to returning to the origin unit the corresponding minutes after stamping stamp evidencing the date of departure and seat number on them.

Article 162.

With reference to the seats of the books of registration may be issued certificates authorized by the Secretary.

Third section. Article 163 records.

The capacity to act, the legitimization and representation of stakeholders before the local authorities shall be governed by the legislation on common administrative procedure.

Article 164.

1 is record the ordered set of documents and actions that serve as precedent and Foundation to the administrative decision as well as the proceedings to run it.

2 records will form through the subsequent aggregation of many documents, evidence, rulings, decrees, agreements, notifications and other proceedings must integrate them, and its useful leaves will be initialled and numbered by officials responsible for their processing.

Article 165.

1 records will begin: a) office, in the case of public service needs or accountability to members or officials of local governments.

(b) upon request, when they are promoted to resolve claims deduced by individuals.

2 will be head of the record in the first agreement and order of proceeding, and in the second request or application enacted for its processing.

Article 166.

1 initiated a procedure, the competent authority to resolve it may adopt interim measures it deems appropriate to ensure the effectiveness of the resolution which could fall, if there were evidence enough for them.

2. not be may dictate provisional measures which may cause irreparable damages to the interested parties, or involving violation of rights protected by the laws.

Article 167.

1. the processing of records is simplified as much as possible.

2. in no case officials, papers or commissions do not propose, nor the Corporation resolved on the pretext of silence, darkness or lack of legal rules applicable to the case.

Article 168.

Exposure to the public, announcements, information, hearing of stakeholders, upper hierarchical intervention and other guarantees of the procedure, are subject to the conditions and time limits established by law.

Article 169.

For the computation of all deadlines shall apply the provisions of the legislation of the State regulating the common administrative procedure.

Article 170.

When they are broken file documents, shall contain the fact and let copy authorized by the head of the corresponding administrative unit, to replace those.

Article 171.

1 records or original documents shall only leave the offices for one of these reasons: to) requesting, in writing, its breakdown who have presented it, once they have assorted the resulting effects.

((b) to be sent to a public body in compliance with regulatory arrangements or so justifiably definitive resolution, and c) that are claimed by the courts of Justice.

2. of any original document that is submitted will be photocopy or copy in the file.

Article 172.

1. in the records shall inform the Chief of the unit with the corresponding processing them, exposing the background and legal or regulatory provisions that melts your criteria.

2. the administrative, legal, or technical reports and the opinions of the boards and commissions drafted subject to the special provisions that apply to them and adhere to the designated issues in the decree or agreement that has motivated them.

Article 173.

1 the preliminary report of the Secretary and, where appropriate, of the financial controller or of those who legally substitute them for the adoption of the following agreements, it will be necessary: to) in those cases that so ordered it the President of the Corporation or upon request one third of its members in advance of the conclusion of the session that may have to be treated.

(b) insofar as is Affairs on matters for which a special majority is required.

2 reports issued must point out in each applicable case law and the adequacy of project agreements.

Article 174.

1. without prejudice to the mandatory reports which must issue the head of the Secretariat and responsible for the intervention, the President may request other reports or opinions when it deems it necessary.

2. when these reports or opinions issued by officials of the institution, these will formulate minutes not perceive specific fee for that reason apart from those provided for in the salary system applicable to public officials.

In other cases it will be provisions in labour law or civil and corresponding contracts.

Article 175.

Reports to resolve records are drafted in the form of a motion for a resolution and shall contain the following: a) enumeration clear and concise facts.

((b) applicable legal provisions and reasoned claim of doctrine, and c) pronouncements that have contain operative.

Article 176.

Started a record, local authorities are required to resolve it expressly. However, apply the legislation on common administrative procedure so it refers to the administrative silence.

Article 177.

1 conclusos records, will be delivered on the Secretary of the Corporation, which, after examining them, submit them to the President.

2. so they can be included in the agenda of a session, records shall be held by the Secretariat three days earlier, at least, of the designated to celebrate it.

3. leave certified copy in the record of the adopted resolution.

Article 178.

The expiration of the administrative records will be governed by the legislation on common administrative procedure.

Article 179.

Processed records will periodically archive and will be alphabetical index doubled that express the topic, number of pages and many details may be suitable.

Fourth section. For those interested in records, the challenges and Art. 180 abstentions.

Those interested in an administrative file shall have the right to know, at any time, the State of its processing, collecting timely information of the corresponding offices.

Article 181.

1. any natural or legal person who invoke an interest in the subject that may be affected by the issue that is prejudice in a record, you can appear in it while it has not relapsed final resolution to make allegations which it deems appropriate to its defense.

2 If the Administration had knowledge that there are other stakeholders in the file, it will require them in writing so they people within a period of ten days and relied on concerned that create timely.

Article 182.

At any time may be interested parties made objections against the official who processed the file for any of the causes provided for in legislation regulating the common administrative procedure.

Article 183.

1. officials who will give any of the reasons mentioned in the previous article shall refrain from acting, even if I will not refuse them, informing the President of the Corporation, in writing, that provide the statutory replacement.

2. when recusal is directed to any member of the Corporation, the President, will decide and refers to this plenary.

Article 184.

The challenge is initiated by instance alleging the cause. The challenged will manifest in writing if it recognizes it or not and once practiced the proof that appropriate, within fifteen days, the President or the House, in your case, will resolve without recourse, without prejudice to plead the objections to the appeal the administrative or judicial review, as appropriate, against the event that ends the procedure.

Article 185.

The performance of the members which comply with the reasons for abstention referred to in article 21 of this regulation will, when it has been decisive, imply the invalidity of acts that involved.

Fifth section. Honours and distinctions art. 186.

Grant to local authorities in treatments, honors or special privileges, as well as the granting to them of titles, coats of arms, flags, coats of arms, slogans and dignities, shall be made by the body of competent Government of the autonomous community, upon the statement of record.

Article 187.


The adoption of municipal coats of arms will require agreement of the full Council, with expression of the reasons justifying it, dibujo-proyecto of the new coat of arms, report of the Royal Academy of history and approval by the body of competent Government of the autonomous community.

Article 188.

Every Local Corporation, notwithstanding use in official communications consisting of the emblems of the coat of arms, seal will use that time corresponds to the respective Local Authority, already because you were consecrated by history and usage, already under express rehabilitation or adoption under the preceding articles.

Article 189.

Local governments may agree to the creation of medals, emblems, awards or other honorary badges, in order to reward special merits, designated benefits or extraordinary services.

Article 190.

1. also councils, councils and councils and insular councils are empowered to agree on appointments of favorite and adoptive children and honorary members of the Corporation, attended the merits, qualities and unique circumstances that occur concurrently in the award-winning and that will be applied with greater rigour in record which is instructed to effect.

2. the appointment of honorary members of corporations not awarded any powers to intervene in Government or management of the Local Authority, but enabled for representative functions when these are to be exercised outside the respective territorial demarcation. Grant them to foreigners will require express authorization from the Ministry for public administrations, following a report of the Foreign Affairs.

Article 191.

The requirements and formalities necessary for the granting of honours and distinctions referred to in the two preceding articles, shall be determined by special regulation.

Sixth section. Communications and notifications article 192.

1. the resolutions of the mayors and Chairmen of the local corporations will be extended to its name; When the administrative decisions handed down by delegation, shall contain expressly this circumstance and shall be deemed to be issued by the authority that has been conferred upon it.

2. the communications aimed at the authorities shall be signed by the Presidents of corporations, and the other giving transfer agreements or resolutions, by the head of the Secretariat.

Article 193.

Any communication or trade will bear the stamp of output printed by the General Register and will join the record rubricada minutes of them.

Article 194.

The notification shall be pursuant to the provisions of the legislation on common administrative procedure.

Article 195.

The procedural orders and acts or agreements that put an end to a record will be notified in the ten days following their date.

Chapter II advertising and constancy of the acts and agreements section one. The advertising of the acts and agreements article 196.

1. the agreements taken the House and the Commission of Government, when you have decisive character, published and notified in the manner provided by law. The same requirements shall apply to the resolutions of the mayor or President of the Corporation and members of it who have delegation.

2. the Ordinances and regulations, including the rules of urban plans, are published in the «Official Gazette» of the province and do not enter into force until it has been fully published his text and expiry of the period provided for in article 65.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April. Identical rule does apply to budgets, under the terms of article 112.3 from the same law.

3. in a period of six days after the adoption of the acts and agreements, they shall refer to the civil Governor or delegate of the Government, in its case, and the regional administration, copy or, where appropriate, extract comprehensively the resolutions and agreements of the municipal governing bodies. The mayor or President of the Corporation and, immediately, the Secretary of the Corporation, shall be liable for the fulfilment of this duty.

Article 197.

The capital municipalities of province or of more than 50,000 inhabitants, as well as the provincial delegations, be published at least once a quarter, a provincial or municipal newsletter where you insert a summary of all agreements and resolutions adopted and, in addition, where mandatory disclosure pursuant to law 7/1985, of 2 April, and its implementing regulations , or deserve to be reported, because it is of exceptional action, appeals to the neighborhood, references to local historical and anal or provincial.

Second section. Formalization of the records and certifications article 198.

The book of proceedings, solemn public instrument, must be previously layered and bound, legalized each sheet with the header of the mayor or President and the seal of the Corporation, and it expressed in its first page, through the diligence of opening signed by the Secretary, the number of pages and the date that starts the transcription of agreements.

Article 199.

1. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding article, where mechanical means are used for the transcription of the proceedings, books, composed of mobile leaves, to be drawn up in accordance with the following rules: 1st be used, in any case, the letterhead of the State or of the autonomous community numbered paper.

2nd paper acquired for each book, that will be it with correlative, shall be recorded in the diligence of the opening signed by the head of the Secretariat, which will express the front-page series, numbers and date of opening that starts the transcription of agreements. At the same time each sheet shall be signed by the mayor or President, sealed with the Corporation and numbered consecutively starting from number 1, regardless of the number of the Bell State or community.

3rd adopted the Act, Secretary will transcribe typewriter printer computer or mechanical means used, without amendments or deletions or saving at the end which involuntarily be decommitted, correlative leaves following his order and stating, at the end of each act by diligence, the number, class and numbering of each and every one of the folios of numbered paper into which it has been extended.

4th as warranty and safety of each and every one of the flyers, to binding, is prohibited to alter the numerical order of the pages described in the diligence of opening, and void for diligence in case of error in the order of transcription or in its content.

5th when all the pages reserved to a book are already posted or cancelled the last by Stagecoach to not fully fitting the minutes of the session corresponding to pass to the book, will be your binding. In each volume diligence will be extended by the Registrar, with the approval of the President, expressive of the number of proceedings which includes, with indication of the Act that started it and that ends it.

2. the adoption of the mobile leaf system will require the express agreement of the plenary, on a proposal from the mayor or President.

Article 200.

Books of resolutions the mayor or President of the Council, or those who act by his delegation, will draw up the same requirements laid down in the preceding articles.

Article 201.

The proceedings and resolutions drafted in bilingual version is transcribed books corresponding system of double column, one for each language, in order to facilitate verification and use.

Article 202.

The resolvent sessions of the Committee on government proceedings is transcribed and preserved with separation of the documentary stands to pick up the plenary, but with identical guarantees of this.

Similarly, it will operate in relation to the formalization of the resolutions of the mayor or President and other one-person organs acting by his delegation.

Article 203.

The Secretary keeping the books of records, under their responsibility, in the Town Hall and does not consent to go of it under any pretext, nor even at the request of authorities in any order. It is obliged to issue certifications or testimonies of the agreements containing the book where thus competent authorities seek it ex officio.

Article 204.

Certifications of all acts, resolutions and agreements of the governing bodies of the entity, as well as copies and certificates of books and documents that exist, in the various units will be given always by the Secretary, unless express provision that otherwise.

Article 205.

Certificates shall be issued by order of the President of the Corporation and with its approval, to mean that the Secretary or officer who issued them and authorises is in the exercise of the office and that its signature is authentic. Iran they initialled in the margin by the Chief of the unit that corresponds, carried the seal of the Corporation and will be refunded, if any, pursuant to the respective Ordinance of levy, if it exists.

Article 206.

Certifications of resolutions and agreements of the organs of Government and administration of local authorities, may be issued before the records that contain them, always make the warning or exception in this regard and subject to the terms resulting from the adoption of the corresponding minutes be approved.

Article 207.


All citizens have the right to obtain copies and accredited certifications of the agreements of the organs of Government and administration of local authorities and their backgrounds, as well as to consult the files and records in the terms that has the law of development of article 105, b), of the Spanish Constitution. The denial or limitation of this right, in everything concerning security and defense of the State, the investigation of offences or the privacy of persons, should be checked by a motivated resolution.

Chapter III legal section first. Of the enforceability of acts and local agreements article 208.

1. the acts of local authorities are immediately executives, except in those cases in which a legal provision provides otherwise or is discontinued when its effectiveness in accordance with the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

2. the efficacy will be delayed when thus the content of the Act required or should be subject to notification and publication, or where a law requires approval by other public administration.

Second section. Complaints and appeals against the acts and agreements of the Art. 209 local corporations.

1. against the acts and agreements of the local authorities to bring an end to the administrative procedure, stakeholders may, previous resource replenishment or previous claim in the appropriate cases, take relevant action before the competent court.

2. next to the subjects legitimized in the general scheme of the administrative process, they may challenge acts and of the local entities who commit the members of local corporations that had voted against such acts in violation of the law and agreements.

Article 210.

They put an end to the administrative decisions of the following bodies and authorities: to) the of the plenary, the mayors, Presidents and government commissions, except for the cases in which a sectoral law required the further approval of the administration of the State or the autonomous community, or where appropriate recourse to these in the cases of article 27.2 of the Act 7/1985 , 2 April.

(b) those of the authorities and bodies in cases that meet by delegation of the Mayor, President or other body whose resolutions put an end to the administrative procedure.

any other authority and organ as a legal provision set c).

Article 211.

1. in accordance with the provisions of the law governing contentious-administrative jurisdiction and as a prerequisite to the interposition of the contentious-administrative appeal against acts or agreements by the authorities and local authorities to bring an end to the administrative procedure, it shall formulate appeal, which will be presented to the authority that has issued the Act or agreement, in the period of one month from the notification of the Act or agreement.

2. However, the appeal shall be optional in terms of budget, taxation and management of taxes, and in other cases that have such character as provided for in the above-mentioned administrative jurisdiction regulatory law.

3. the deadline to file an appeal for reversal by the Councillors or members of local corporations that had voted against the agreement shall run from the date of the session in which the agreement would have voted.

Article 212.

Actions based on law private or labor against the authorities and local authorities without prior claim to the same is may not exercise. Such claim shall be dealt with and resolved by the rules laid down by the legislation of the State regulating the common administrative procedure.

Article 213.

To claim in the Court against any agreement or resolution or the remedies, not required will be the prior appropriation of the required amount, without prejudice to the procedures of enforcement and the surety or legal guarantees.

Third section. The jurisdictional challenge of the acts and agreements of the local entities for the administration of the State or the autonomous communities article 214.

1. the administration of the State and the autonomous communities, in the field of their respective competencies, are entitled to challenge the acts and agreements of the local entities that engage in infringement of the law, in the cases and in the terms provided for in article 65 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

2. the claim referred to in the preceding paragraph are excluded from the previous appeal.

Article 215.

1 when the administration of the State or the autonomous communities consider, in the field of their respective competencies, to an act or agreement of any Local authority violates the legal system, it may require it, explicitly invoking article 65 of Act 7/1985, of 2 April, so that it annul the Act or agreement.

2. the request shall be reasoned and express legislation is considered to be defied. It will be formulated within the period of 15 working days from the receipt of the communication of the Act or agreement.

If extension of the information it had requested, the computation of the period, which will be resumed after receipt of the documentation concerned will be interrupted.

3. the Local Authority, pursuant to the request, and within the time specified for this purpose, may cancel the Act or agreement, following a hearing, where appropriate, of interested parties.

4. the administration of the State or, where appropriate, that of the autonomous community, can challenge the Act or agreement before the contentious, in the two months following the day on which expires the period referred to in the request to the Local Authority, or of the receipt of the communication of the same by refusing the request.

5. the administration of the State or, where appropriate, that of the autonomous community, can challenge the Act or agreement before the contentious directly, without the need of formulating requirements, in the two months following the day of receipt of the communication of the Act or agreement.

6. the requirement or challenge to which this article refers not suspend itself alone the effectiveness of the Act or agreement, without prejudice to the ordinary rules governing the suspension of the execution of those in the regulatory law of the administrative jurisdiction.

Article 216.

Acts and agreements of local entities that undermine the powers of the State or the autonomous communities, interfere its exercise or exceed the competence of such institutions, they may be challenged directly, without prior request, to the Supreme jurisdiction, by the administration of the State or of the corresponding Autonomous Community, within the period of 15 working days from the receipt of the communication of the agreement.

In these cases will be provisions, in terms of requirements which should meet the challenge and the suspensory effect of article 66, second paragraph, of the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

Article 217.

If a Local Authority adoption of acts or agreements that threaten seriously to the general interest of Spain, the Government delegate, prior request to the President of the Corporation and in the case of not being serviced, can suspend them and measures relevant to the protection of this interest, and must challenge them in within ten days from the suspension, before the contentious.

Fourth section. The review of administrative acts article 218.

1. without prejudice to the specific provisions contained in articles 65, 67 and 110 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, the bodies of the local entities may review his actions, resolutions and agreements, in the terms and to the extent provided for in the legislation of the State regulating the common administrative procedure.

2. the request for the opinion of the Council of State, in cases where appropriate legally, it will be through the President of the autonomous region and through the Ministry for public administrations.

Fifth section. The exercise of shares article 219.

1. the territorial local authorities are entitled to challenge the provisions and acts of the administrations of the State and the autonomous communities which injured its autonomy, as it is guaranteed by the Constitution and the law 7/1985, of 2 April.

2. in addition, territorial local authorities are entitled to promote, under the terms of article 119 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, the challenge before the Constitutional Court of laws of the State or the autonomous communities when it is deemed that they are these which injured the constitutionally guaranteed autonomy.

Article 220.

1. local authorities have an obligation to exercise the necessary actions for the defence of their property and rights.

2. any neighbor who is found in possession of their civil and political rights may require its exercise to the interested entity. This requirement, which will be knowledge to those who could be affected by the sanctions, suspend the time limit for the exercise of the same for a period of thirty days.

3. If within those thirty days, the entity not agreed to exercise of the requested actions, neighbors may exercise such action in the name and interest of the local authority, providing this background, documents and elements of proof required and request to such effect.

4. thrive action, the actor is entitled to be reimbursed by the institution of the costs and how many damage compensation and damages would have followed him.

Article 221.


1. the arrangements for the exercise of actions necessary for the defence of the property and rights of local authorities shall be taken after consulting Secretary or, where appropriate, legal advice, and, in the absence of both, a lawyer.

2. in accordance with article 54.4 of the Royal Decree legislative 781/1986, of April 18, and in the 447.2 article of the organic law 6/1985, of 1 July, the judicial branch, representation and defence in trial of local entities correspond to lawyers serving in the legal services of the same except that designated college lawyer who represent them and defend.

Sixth section. Conflicts of powers and competences article 222.

1 conflicts of powers arising between subsidiaries of a same local authority and bodies resolved: to) by the plenary, in the case of conflicts affecting colleges, members of these or local entities of territorial scope lower to the municipality.

(b) by the mayor or President of the Corporation in the rest of the cases.

2 conflicts of competence arising between different local authorities shall be resolved by the administration of the autonomous community or by the administration of the State, after hearing of the affected regions, as in the case of entities belonging to the same or different community, and without prejudice to the possibility to further challenge the ruling before the contentious.

Chapter IV responsibility of the entities local Art. 223.

Local authorities will respond directly for damages caused to private individuals in their property and rights as a result of the functioning of public services or the performance, in exercise of their charges, their authorities, officials or agents, in the terms established in the general law on administrative liability.

Article 224.

1. when the Local Authority operates an industry or company as a legal entity of private law, it shall apply the provisions of the Civil Code on liability for damages.

2. in such cases, it will assume with respect to acts performed by employees in such exploitation quality owner and patron of the company for the purposes of the liability that could get for wrongful acts of those constituent agents of damage to persons, property or the rights of third parties.

3. the handicapped must bring the claim referred to in article 212 of the regulation prior to the formulation of the corresponding lawsuit.

4. against the agreement or resolution falling will be the corresponding action before the courts in ordinary proceedings.

Article 225.

1. local authorities may instruct record, with hearing of the interested party, to declare the civil liability of their authorities, members, officers and clerks, bad faith, guilt or negligence graves, have caused damages to the administration or to third parties, if these had been compensated for that.

2 declared responsible for Administration may appeal the corresponding judicial review.

Title VII neighbor statute chapter first rights and duties of Art. 226 residents.

Rights and duties of the residents are the recognized by law 7/1985, of 2 April, and those laid down in the laws.

Chapter II information and participation ciudadana article 227.

1. the sessions of the full are public, except in the cases provided for in article 70.1 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

2 non-public sessions of the Commission of Government or informative commissions. However, these sessions may be called, for the sole purpose of hear his opinion or receive your report on a particular issue, representatives of associations or entities referred to in article 72 of the law mentioned in the previous issue.

3 may be public sessions of other complementary bodies that may be established by the Municipal organic regulation, on terms that provide for legislation and regulations or plenary agreements by which they are governed.

Article 228.

1 when any associations or entities referred to in article 72 of the law 7/1985, of 2 April, want to make an exhibition before the House in relation to any item on the agenda of the day whose prior administrative procedures had intervened as interested, you must request it from the Mayor before the session. The express permission of this through a single representative, you can explain your view during the time that indicate the Mayor prior to reading, debate and vote on the proposal included in the agenda.

2 after the plenary session, the Mayor can set a turn of prayers and questions by the audience on specific subjects of municipal interest. Order and close this shift corresponds to the Mayor.

Article 229.

1 notices and agendas of plenary sessions are broadcast to the media of social communication of the town and will be made public on the Bulletin Board of the entity.

2. without prejudice to the provisions of article 70.2 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, the Corporation publicized summary of the content of the plenary sessions and all agreements of the plenary and of the Commission of Government, as well as the resolutions of the Mayor and that his delegation dictate delegates.

3 a purpose, in addition to the exhibition on the Bulletin Board of the entity, the following means may be used: to) Edition, with a minimum quarterly, of a newsletter of the entity.

(b) publication in the media of social communication in the field of the entity.

Article 230.

1 there will be an information office which will channel all activity related to the publicity referred to in the previous article, as well as the rest of the information that it provides, pursuant to article 69.1 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April in the administrative organization of the entity.

2 obtaining copies and accredited certifications of municipal agreements, or a history of them, as well as consultation of files and records, as requested at the aforementioned office to, officially, held negotiations that are precise to give the applicant the information required in the shortest possible time and without involving dulling of the tasks of municipal services.

3. the information Office can structured form decentralized if required by the effectiveness of its role.

4. Requests for information must be reasoned, except that relating to the obtaining of certifications of agreements or resolutions which, in any case, may be obtained through the payment of the corresponding fee.

Article 231.

1. Requests that residents go to any town hall organ on request for clarifications or municipal actions, they may be pursuing necessarily in writing, and will be answered in the terms provided for in the law on administrative procedure.

2. in the event that the request made reference to issues within the competence of other authorities or attributed to different organ, the recipient thereof shall apply it to who appropriate, realizing this end to the petitioner.

3 when the application makes a proposal for municipal action, the recipient shall inform the applicant of the process that it has you give. If the proposal dealt with in some municipal College, who act as Secretary of the same be forwarded within a maximum period of fifteen days to the proponent copy of the corresponding part of the minutes of the sitting. The President of the College may also require the presence of the author of the proposal at the meeting which correspond, for the purposes of explaining it and defend it by itself.

Article 232.

1. to the extent that budgeted resources allow it, City Council may subsidize economically associations for the defence of General or sectoral interests of the neighbours, both in regards to their overheads as to the activities that make.

2. in such a case, the municipal budget will include a game intended for this purpose, and their bases of execution will establish the criteria of distribution which, in any case, will contemplate its representativeness, the degree of interest or useful citizen of their purposes, their autonomous economic capacity and aid received from other public or private entities.

Article 233.

The associations referred to in the preceding article will have access to the use of municipal public transport, especially locals and the media, with the limitations imposed by the coincidence of the use by several of them, or by the City Council, and will be responsible for the treatment of plants.

The use of municipal public must be requested in writing to the Town Hall, in the advance to be determined by the relevant services.

Article 234.

Without prejudice to the general right of access to municipal information recognized to residents in general, the entities referred to in the preceding articles will enjoy, whenever they request it explicitly, the following rights: to) receive calls for the municipal colleges who celebrate public meetings when in the agenda included issues related to the purpose of the entity on its registered office. In the same cases they will receive the decisions and agreements adopted by municipal bodies.


(b) receive publications, periodical or not, that edit the City Council, provided that they are of interest for the entity, served its purpose.

Article 235.

General or sectoral associations be channeled the participation of residents in the sectoral Councils, in the colleges of decentralized management and in the colleges of agencies decentralised management of municipal services when such participation is provided for in regulations or municipal agreements by which governed and, where appropriate, insofar as permitted by applicable law , and will be held in the terms and to the extent provided therein.

In any event, they shall take into account, for the purpose of determining the degree of participation of each of them, both sectoral specialisation of its social objective as its representativeness.

In principle, the participation of these associations shall be allowed only in connection with legislative or advisory bodies, except in cases in which the integration of their representatives in decision-making bodies are authorized by law.

Article 236.

1. the rights granted to the associations for the defence of General or sectoral interests of residents in the articles 232, 233, 234 and 235 of this regulation only shall be exercised by those who are registered in the Municipal registry of neighborhood associations.

2. the registry aims to allow the City Council know the number of entities existing in the municipality, its purposes and its representativeness, for the purpose of enabling a correct municipal policy of promoting the neighborhood associations. Therefore, it is independent of the General registry of associations, should also be listed all of them.

3 you can get the registration in the Municipal registry of neighborhood associations all those whose object is the defense, promotion or improvement of General or sectoral of residents of the municipality's interests and, in particular, the associations of neighbors of a neighborhood or district, parents of students, institutions, cultural, sports, recreational, youth, trade unions, business, professional and other similar.

4. the registry will be at the General Secretariat of the Corporation and their data will be public. Registration will be carried out at the request of the interested associations, which will have to provide the following information: a) statutes of the Association.

(b) number of registration in the General Register of associations and other public records.

(c) name of the persons occupying the positions.

(d) registered office.

(e) budget of the current year.

(f) programme of activities for the current year.

(g) certification of the number of partners.

Within fifteen days from the application for registration, and except that this would be interrupted by the need to bring documentation not included initially, the Council shall notify the Association registration number and thereafter shall be considered high for all purposes.

Registered associations are required to notify the registry any modification of data within the month following which occurs. The budget and the annual programme of activities shall be made in the month of January of each year.

Failure to comply with these obligations will lead to City Hall can give low to the Association in the register.

ADDITIONAL provisions first.

According to the first additional provision of the Constitution and the provisions of articles 3, 24.2 and 37 of the Basque Statute, the historical territories of Álava, Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya will freely organize their own institutions and will dictate rules needed for operation, without making them application those contained in law 7/1985, of 2 April , and this regulation, in respect of provincial organization.

The second.

This Regulation shall govern in Navarra in the terms provided for in the third additional provision of Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

Third.

Incorporated in Uniprovinciales autonomous provinces and the region of Navarre are not governed by the provisions of this regulation on organisation and functioning of provincial and will by their own statutes and other peculiar provisions.

-Fourth.

The structure and organization of the administrative services of the City Council shall correspond, in General, the Mayor, with the advice of the Commission of Government, within the framework of the provisions of the basic regulation or, failing that, of this regulation.

However, the House holds the powers that give articles 22 and 47 of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April, in order to the establishment of decentralized bodies, adoption of forms of service management and approval of the Ordinances of each of them, as well as those relating to personal templates and to jobs in the entity relationship.

TRANSITIONAL provisions first.

As provided in the first chapter title III of this regulation, articles 30 to 32, on registration of interests, it shall not apply to the first renovation of the local corporations subsequent to the entry into force of the Act 7/1985, of 2 April.

The second.

While the State does not dictate the legislation on common administrative procedure referred to in article 149.1.18 of the Constitution, mentions that in this regulation to the regulations are understood referred to the law of administrative procedure of 17 July 1958.

PROVISION REPEALING is repealed the rules of organization, operation and status of the corporations local, approved by Decree of May 17, 1952; the Royal Decree 1531 / 1979, of 22 June, which regulates assignments and other compensation may be perceived by members of local corporations; the Royal Decree 1169 / 1983, of May 4, whereby rules for the establishment of local corporations, and many rules of equal or lower rank is contrary to the provisions of this regulation.

FINAL provision this Regulation shall enter into force the day after its publication in the «Official Gazette».

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