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Definition of Delegator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Delegator
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gaii Institutionum Iuris Civilis Commentarii Quatuor, Or, Elements of Roman by Gaius, Edward Poste (1875)
"When the delegator is indebted to the Delegatee and ... Or delegator may have donandi animus : then again there is no debt of delegator to be novated, ..."
2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Since delegation constitutes a new court appeal can l>e taken from the delegate to the delegator, and in the case of subdelegation to the original delegator ..."
3. Gaii Institutionum Iuris Civilis Commentarii Quattuor: Or, Elements of Roman by Gaius, Edward Poste (1884)
"When the delegator is indebted to the Delegatee and has solvendi animus, Delegatus is ... animus : and then there is no debt of delegator to be novated, ..."
4. The New Church Law on Matrimony by Joseph Julius Charles Petrovits, Catholic Church (1919)
"It would seem that the new law demands that the delegator should designate the contracting parties by name. 470. The delegation may be conferred either by ..."
5. The Sacred Penitentiaria and Its Relations to Faculities of Ordinaries and by William John Kubelbeck (1918)
"... by revocation of the delegator made known to the delegate, by renunciation of the delegate made known and accepted by the delegator.21 It does not cease ..."
6. Political Theories of the Middle Age by Otto Friedrich von Gierke, Frederic William Maitland (1900)
"For this reason he holds that jurisdiction delegated by the Prince ceases at the death of the, delegator. If Gulielmus de Cuneo has argued to the contrary, ..."
7. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1832)
"In the first place, a member might happen to be a delegate, although there was but one delegator. Surely there could be no more mischief in a person being ..."