delegated
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Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


delegated
A company acts through its directors. The authority of individual directors and of officers, employees and others who need to be able to commit the company is delegated down from the Board either explicitly or implicitly. Third parties may be able to rely on the ostensible authority of officers even if they exceed restrictions on their delegated authority.

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  • delegated — del·e·gate || delɪgÉ™t n. representative, deputy, agent v. authorize; appoint as representative; confer authority …   English contemporary dictionary

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