“A delegated authority cannot again be delegated.”
A person to whom some power is delegated cannot sub-delegate that power to someone else.
A has been authorized to execute a will upon the death of B. Now A cannot delegate this power to any other person. Doing so would render further delegation of an already delegated authority. Here A cannot sub-delegate his authority as the rule of Delegatus Non Potest Delegare applies.
1. A.K. Roy & Another v. State of Punjab & Others (1986)
2. Marathwada University v. Seshrao Balwant Rao Chavan (1989)
The meaning is ‘he who acts through another, acts himself”.
The meaning is ‘he who acts through another, acts himself”. It is the fundamental legal maxim of “Law of Agency”. It is the authorized act of an agent and is equated to the principal's actions. It often describes the liability of an employer for the act of employee in terms of vicarious liability.
An Execution is the end and fruit of the law.
- Here, the term “execution” is used as a accomplishment or judgment or any order passed by any court. Basically the final judgment passed by the court. The execution is either on the side of the plaintiff or defendant. -The execution is held in order to derive the fruit of the final execution to either party. It is a one kind of benefit or relief received by either party from the court for wrongful act done by the respective party.
A false description does not vitiate
- In simple sense, the maxim means, some inaccurate description or some grammatical mistakes or basic miscalculation will not make the whole gadget or document as a void. - Normally, if a document contains 2 side from which if one side is absolute and correct and another side have some basic inaccuracy than 2nd side shall be rejected instead of considering whole document void also note on that the instrument does not involve any malaise effect. - Thus, if one segment is true and another is not and if the true part decides the subject matter with all possibility than the false segment will be disregard.