General Delegation - Introduction
§1. In addition to Provinces and General Commissariats, the General Chapter, and outside the Chapter, the Prior General with the consent of his Council, and after hearing the views of those concerned, may erect General Delegations, by establishing in autonomous entities religious originating from one or more provinces.
§2. The decree by which a General Delegation is established shall specify its purpose and its offices.
§3. a) A General Delegation is headed by a superior; he shall have faculties determined by the Prior General and his Council (ad nutum)
b) If necessary, the Delegate General may be assisted by two Councillors.
c) The Delegate General and his Councillors, if there are such, shall be appointed by the Prior General with the consent of his Council.
§4. The statutes of the General Delegation shall define the relationship between the members of the Delegation and the Provinces from which they come, including all matters pertaining to the exercise of active and passive voice.
List of all General Delegations within the Order
- Bohemia and Moravia