2006 New York Code - Functions, Powers Or Duties Imposed Upon Officers Or Employees By Statutory Name

    §  114. Functions, powers or duties imposed upon officers or employees
  by statutory name. Whenever a function, power or duty  is  imposed  upon
  the corporation, and an officer or employee, or a group or class thereof
  is  designated  in this chapter by a statutory or specific title or name
  to exercise such function or power or perform such duty, the exercise or
  performance thereof shall be deemed to be imposed upon  the  officer  or
  employee  in  such  corporation  who  shall  be assigned thereto by such
  corporation, with the same force and effect, and  such  corporation  may
  make  such  assignment  as though no statutory or specific title or name
  had been used in this chapter to designate  the  particular  officer  or
  employee  or  group  or  class thereof charged with the exercise of such
  function or power, or the performance of such duty.

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