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one who stands for another

Synonyms for delegate

a person appointed or elected to represent others

transfer power to someone

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ANNA and NANT agree that the activities of patient care that should be delegable by the nurse include: cannulation of peripheral vascular access; administration of intradermal lidocaine, intravenous heparin, and intravenous normal saline; initiation, monitoring, and discontinuation of the dialysis treatment.
(117) These agencies are charged with implementing almost every delegable federal environmental program.
The duty to hire employees who are competent and not dangerous is, by its very nature, a duty of a master or employer, and this duty is non delegable ....
En este esquema, la confianza es un patrimonio del grupo por tanto es delegable y no distintivo, indelegable del uno --individual--.
We encounter the limits of delegable responsibility in Grimes, where the Maryland Court of Appeals held that "[a] researcher's duty is not created by, or extinguished by, the consent of a research subject or by IRB approval.
(6) This was because both courts accepted that 'the council owed to the plaintiff a non delegable duty of care, notwithstanding the fact that the footpath reconstruction works ...
Second, the specific power to use force to restore and maintain international peace and security was a 'delegable' power.
A taxpayer's reliance on a third party to fulfill its tax obligations does not relieve the taxpayer of responsibility for those obligations; see Robert Boyle, 469 US 241 (1985) (timely filing of returns and payment of taxes are solely the duties of the taxpayer and are not delegable).
Federal law has held sway in the state-dominated arena of land use planning because, until recently, Arizona was one of a handful of states in which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continued to issue water pollution permits under the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), a delegable program under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA).