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delegate

US Government a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives
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Se vi deve essere una sorveglianza di natura tecnica od economica, occorre creare un organo imparziale come il Bureau Federal Svizzero, ma non si puo delegare a cio l'Istituto Nazionale delle Assicurazioni, mentre esercita l'industria delle assicurazioni vita in concorrenza con le compagnie e che percio non puo essere imparziale nell'esercitare la funzione di controllo.
(19) Furthermore, the Security Council cannot legally delegate that power, being itself a delegate of the UN member states: delegatus non potest delegare. (20) It is therefore a duty for the Security Council to keep controlling regional organizations it has authorized to act militarily.
(19) Curtea caracterizeaza exercitarea acestei competente ca o "delegare legislativa constitutionala" cu ocazia Deciziei nr.
(27.) Decree of the Delegare for the Four-Year Plan on the Intensified Utilization of Female Workers in Agriculture and as Domestic Workers, .15.
Ast Exmus Prorex me Appellationi insistentem, quasi inobedientiae crimine innodatum, non in Arcem delegare, non sub stricta Militum vigilia custodire, sed spreto Natalium, ac meritorum meorum notorio foro, in ultimam carceris sentinam, vulgo Bartolina, ubi scelerati, et flagitiosissimi quique damnantur, maximo omnium proborum Virorum dolore, hora circiter nona inhumane coniicere statuit, ubi dum contristatus Laterem hora duodecima venit ad me Bellicus Tabellio Valbuena, et nomine Excellentiae suae ipsum defferens Processum interrogabat, an ego ipse Inventarium conficere obtulerim?
This curious legislative practice seems particularly unreasonable when coupled with a quite ancient rule of statutory construction: delegatus non potest delegare, or "a delegate may not re-delegate." The classic statement of that doctrine (and its exceptions) was provided by John Willis, a Canadian author whose short article was cited all over the Commonwealth for the next forty years: "A discretion conferred by statute is prima facie intended to be exercised by the authority on which the statute has conferred it and by no other authority...." (3)