Delegation of Authority Sample Clauses

Delegation of Authority. The General Partner may delegate any or all of its powers, rights and obligations hereunder, and may appoint, employ, contract or otherwise deal with any Person for the transaction of the business of the Partnership, which Person may, under supervision of the General Partner, perform any acts or services for the Partnership as the General Partner may approve.
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Delegation of Authority. The Board of Directors may from time to time delegate the powers or duties of any officer to any other officer or agent, notwithstanding any provision hereof.
Delegation of Authority. Unless otherwise provided by resolution of the Board of Directors, no Officer shall have the power or authority to delegate to any person such Officer’s rights and powers as an Officer to manage the business and affairs of the Company.
Delegation of Authority. Any of the duties, responsibilities and obligations of the Adviser specified in this Section 1 and throughout the remainder of this Agreement with respect to one or more Funds may be delegated by the Adviser, at the Adviser’s expense, to an appropriate party (a “Sub-Adviser”), subject to such approval by the Board and shareholders of the applicable Funds to the extent required by the 1940 Act. The Adviser shall oversee the performance of delegated duties by any Sub-Adviser and shall furnish the Board with periodic reports concerning the performance of delegated responsibilities by such Sub-Adviser. The retention of a Sub-Adviser by the Adviser pursuant to this Paragraph 1(f) shall in no way reduce the responsibilities and obligations of the Adviser under this Agreement and the Adviser shall be responsible to the Trust for all acts or omissions of any Sub-Adviser to the same extent the Adviser would be liable hereunder. Insofar as the provisions of this Agreement impose any restrictions, conditions, limitations or requirements on the Adviser, the Adviser shall take measures through its contract with, or its oversight of, the Sub-Adviser that attempt to impose similar (insofar as the circumstances may require) restrictions, conditions, limitations or requirements on the Sub-Adviser.
Delegation of Authority. The Manager (a) may, from time to time, delegate to one or more Persons such authority and duties as the Manager may deem advisable, and (b) may assign titles (including, without limitation, chief executive officer, president, chief executive officer, chief financial officers, chief operating officer, vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer or assistant treasurer) and delegate certain authority and duties to such Persons as the same may be amended, restated or otherwise modified from time to time. Any number of titles may be held by the same individual. The salaries or other compensation, if any, of such agents of the Company shall be fixed from time to time by the Manager, subject to the other provisions in this Agreement.
Delegation of Authority. Subject to the reserved powers of the Member as set forth in this Agreement or by state or federal law, the Member hereby delegates authority for the operation of health care facilities owned by the Company to a Board of Governors, including the credentialing and appointment of the Medical Staffs of facilities owned by it.
Delegation of Authority. The General Partner may designate one or more Persons as officers of the Partnership. The officers shall have the authority to act for and bind the Partnership to the extent of the authority granted to them by the General Partner on behalf of the Partnership. The officers of the Partnership may include a president, vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and such other officers as the General Partner deems appropriate. The officers of the Partnership will be entitled to such compensation for their services as the General Partner may reasonably determine from time to time.
Delegation of Authority. Any of the duties specified in this Paragraph 2 with respect to one or more Series may be delegated by the Adviser, at the Adviser’s expense, to an appropriate party, subject to such approval by the Board and shareholders of the applicable Series to the extent required by the 1940 Act. The Adviser shall oversee the performance of delegated duties by any such other party and shall furnish the Board with periodic reports concerning the performance of delegated responsibilities by such party. The retention of any party by the Adviser pursuant to this Paragraph 2(e) shall in no way reduce the responsibilities and obligations of the Adviser under this Agreement and the Adviser shall be responsible to the Trust for all acts or omissions of any such party in connection with the performance of the Adviser’s duties under this Agreement.
Delegation of Authority. An officer elected or appointed by the Board may delegate some or all of the duties or powers of his office to other persons, provided that such delegation is in writing.
Delegation of Authority. Subject always to the direction and control of the Board, and at the Adviser’s expense, the Adviser may delegate any of the duties specified in this Section 2 with respect to one or more Portfolios to an appropriate party (“Sub-adviser”), including a Sub-adviser affiliated with the Adviser; provided, that any contract with a Sub-adviser (a “Sub-advisory Agreement”) will be in compliance with and approved as required by applicable law, including the Investment Company Act and the rules and regulations thereunder, or in accordance with exemptive or other relief granted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) or its staff under the Investment Company Act. The Adviser will have overall supervisory responsibility for the general management and investment of each Portfolio’s assets; full discretion to select new or additional Sub-advisers for each Portfolio; full discretion to enter into and materially modify existing Sub-advisory Agreements with Sub-advisers; and full discretion to terminate and replace any Sub-adviser. In connection with the delegation of responsibilities to a Sub-adviser, the Adviser will: