To delegate Sample Clauses

To delegate. Power (notwithstanding any rule of law to the contrary) by deed or deeds revocable during the Trust Period or irrevocable to delegate to any person or persons (including one or more of themselves) for any period and upon such terms and conditions as they shall think fit the execution or exercise of all or any of the trusts powers and discretions by this Deed or by law conferred on the Trustees in respect of all or such part or parts of the capital or the income subject to these trusts as are specified in such deed or deeds.
To delegate. To delegate its powers and duties to committees, officers or employees as provided in these Bylaws, employ a manager or other persons and contract with independent contractors or managing agents who have professional experience to perform all or any part of the duties and responsibilities of the Association, provided that any contract with a person or entity appointed as a manager or managing agent shall be terminable with or without cause on not more than ninety (90) days written notice by the Association and shall have a term of not more than one (1) year with successive one (1) year renewal periods upon the mutual agreement of the parties;

Related to To delegate

  • Union Delegates A list of Union Delegates from the bargaining unit, elected in accordance with District and National Union by-laws, shall be provided to the Employer. Such Delegates shall be authorized to serve as the representative in Steps 1, 2 and 3 of the grievance procedure and Article 6.4 as provided in this Agreement. The parties acknowledge the general proposition that Union business performed by the Union Delegates, including the investigation of grievances, will be conducted during non- working hours (e.g., coffee breaks, lunch periods, and before and after shift). When it is not practical or reasonable to transact such business during non-working periods, the Union Delegates will be allowed a reasonable amount of time during working hours to perform such functions, except that such activity shall not take precedence over the requirement of patient care.

  • RESERVED RIGHT TO DELEGATE DUTIES AND SERVICES TO OTHERS The Manager in assuming responsibility for the various services as set forth in this Agreement reserves the right to enter into agreements with others for the performance of certain duties and services or to delegate the performance of some or all of such duties and services to Principal Life Insurance Company, or one or more affiliates thereof; provided, however, that entry into any such agreements shall not relieve the Manager of its duty to review and monitor the performance of such persons to the extent provided in the agreements with such persons or as determined from time to time by the Board of Directors.

  • Delegation of Responsibilities The Advisor is authorized to delegate any or all of its rights, duties and obligations under this Agreement to one or more sub-advisors, and may enter into agreements with sub-advisors, and may replace any such sub-advisors from time to time in its discretion, in accordance with the 1940 Act, the Advisers Act, and rules and regulations thereunder, as such statutes, rules and regulations are amended from time to time or are interpreted from time to time by the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), and if applicable, exemptive orders or similar relief granted by the SEC and upon receipt of approval of such sub-advisors by the Board of Trustees and by shareholders (unless any such approval is not required by such statutes, rules, regulations, interpretations, orders or similar relief).

  • Limitation to Delegated Selection Notwithstanding anything in this Delegation Schedule to the contrary, the duties under this Section 3 shall apply only to Eligible Foreign Custodians selected by the Delegate and shall not apply to Securities Depositories or to any Eligible Foreign Custodian that the Delegate is directed to use pursuant to Section 7 of this Delegation Schedule.

  • Delegated Duties The Sub-Advisor hereby delegates to the U.K. Sub-Advisor and the U.K. Sub-Advisor accepts responsibility for performing such investment advice and research services, particularly with respect to issuers, companies, governments and economic conditions located outside of the U.S. and Canada, principally in the U.K. and Europe, with respect to all or a portion of the investments of each Portfolio, in connection with the Sub-Advisor's duties under the Sub-Advisory Agreement, as may be requested by the Sub-Advisor. The services and the portion of the investments of each Portfolio advised by the U.K. Sub-Advisor shall be as agreed upon from time to time by the Sub-Advisor and the U.K.

  • Other Committees The Board of Directors may, from time to time, appoint such other committees as may be permitted by law. Such other committees appointed by the Board of Directors shall consist of one (1) or more members of the Board of Directors and shall have such powers and perform such duties as may be prescribed by the resolution or resolutions creating such committees, but in no event shall any such committee have the powers denied to the Executive Committee in these Bylaws.

  • Responsibilities of Adviser Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Adviser shall, during the term and subject to the provisions of this Agreement:

  • AGREEMENT OFFICIALS AND DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY ‌ The following are authorized to subscribe to and file this Agreement and any accompanying materials and any subsequent modifications to this Agreement with the Federal Maritime Commission:

  • Delegation of Services The Adviser may, at its expense, select and contract with one or more investment advisers registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ("Sub-Advisers") to perform some or all of the services for the Fund for which it is responsible under this Agreement. The Adviser will compensate any Sub-Adviser for its services to the Fund. The Adviser may terminate the services of any Sub-Adviser at any time in its sole discretion, and shall at such time assume the responsibilities of such Sub-Adviser unless and until a successor Sub-Adviser is selected and the requisite approval of the Fund's shareholders is obtained. The Adviser will continue to have responsibility for all advisory services furnished by any Sub-Adviser.

  • Delegations 26. The Commonwealth Minister may delegate the assessment of performance against milestones and the authorisation of related project payments to senior Commonwealth officials, having regard to the financial and policy risks associated with those payments. Dispute resolution