delegation

delegation
del·e·ga·tion /ˌde-li-'gā-shən/ n
1: the act of delegating
2: a group of persons chosen to represent others

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

delegation
I (assignment) noun agency, agentship, appointment, authorization, charge, commission, commissioning, consigning, consignment, delegating, deputation, deputization, designation, devolution, entrusting, entrustment, giving over, investing with authority, investiture, license, mandate, ordination, procuration, proxyship, reference, referring, warrant associated concepts: delegation of authority, delegation of duty, delegation of governmental power, delegation of judicial power, delegation of legislative functions, delegation of legislative power, delegation of power foreign phrases:
- Vicarius non habet vicarium. — A deputy cannot have a deputy.
- Quod per me non possum, nee per alium. — What I cannot do myself, i cannot do through another
- Delegatas potestas non potest delegari. — A delegated power cannot be further delegated
- Delegatus non potest delegare. — A representative cannot delegate his authority.
II (envoy) noun body of delegates, body of representatives, commission, committee, delegates, deputies, embassy, legation, mission, people delegated, procuracy, representatives III index agency (commission), agency (legal relationship), appointment (act of designating), assignment (designation), charter (sanction), commission (agency), committee, constituency, decentralization, deputation (delegation), deputation (selection of delegates), designation (naming), devolution, embassy, mission, nomination

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


delegation
n.
(1) A group of representatives or delegates.
(2) The transfer of power by one branch of the government to another.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


delegation
the assignment of a duty to another person or the grant of authority to another person to act on behalf of one or more others for agreed purposes. In general, an agent may not delegate (although delegation is permitted in certain limited circumstances).

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


delegation
n. The act of granting another the power to act on one's behalf in an official capacity; a group of delegates

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.


delegation
A sending away; a putting into commission; the assignment of a debt to another; the entrusting of another with a general power to act for the good of those who depute him or her; a body of delegates. The transfer of authority by one person to another.
The body of delegates from a state to a national nominating convention or from a county to a state or other party convention. The whole body of delegates or representatives sent to a convention or assembly from one district, place, or political unit is collectively spoken of as a delegation.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


delegation
A sending away; a putting into commission; the assignment of a debt to another; the entrusting of another with a general power to act for the good of those who depute him or her; a body of delegates. The transfer of authority by one person to another.
 
The body of delegates from a state to a national nominating convention or from a county to a state or other party convention. The whole body of delegates or representatives sent to a convention or assembly from one district, place, or political unit is collectively spoken of as a delegation.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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