P-32 - Public Protector Act

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26.1. The Public Protector shall notify in writing the chief executive officer of a public body where he is of opinion that the public body or a person accountable to the chief executive officer
(1)  has not complied with the law;
(2)  has acted in an unreasonable, unjust, arbitrary or discriminatory manner;
(3)  has failed in its or his duty or has been guilty of misconduct or negligence;
(4)  has committed an error of law or of fact; or,
(5)  in the exercise of a discretionary power, has acted for an unjust purpose, has been actuated by irrelevant motives or has failed to give reasons for its or his discretionary act when it or he should have done so.
1987, c. 46, s. 8.