(1) Except as provided in subsection (2), a body corporate may delegate any of its duties or powers, either generally or specifically, to the body corporate committee by special resolution and written notice.
(2) The body corporate must not delegate any of the powers or duties set out in—
(a) subsection (1) (which is the general power of delegation):
(b) section 41 (which provides for the reassessment of ownership interests and utility interests):
(c) section 105(3) (which requires the body corporate to comply with the body corporate operational rules):
(d) section 136(4) (which relates to the application of insurance monies in or towards reinstatement of the development).