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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