Managing director - company management, Business Law and Ethics

Managing Director:

In Ellis v Bailey and Company (East Africa) Limited (76) it was stated that "without specific authority in the articles directors may not appoint one of their number to the position of managing director or other salaried office ... such an appointment would entail delegation of authority ... not authorised for directors".

This formulation of the law is a derivation from the general maxim of agency law, "delegatus non potest delegare".

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