(1) The Council may make and execute all such documents as may be expedient for or conducive to the exercise and performance of its powers, functions and duties.
(2) The fixing of the seal of the Council to any document shall-
(a) be authorized by resolution of the Council; and
(b) be authenticated by the signatures of any 2 members authorized by resolution of the Council, either generally or specially, to act for that purpose.
(3) Any document purporting to be duly executed under the seal of the Council shall, unless the contrary is proved, be considered to be duly executed.
(4) Any contract or instrument which if entered into or executed by a person not being a body corporate would not be required to be in the form of a deed may be entered into or executed on behalf of the Council by any person generally or specially authorized by the Council for that purpose.