Unless prohibited by the articles or bylaws or by a resolution adopted by the board,
an officer elected or appointed by the board, without the approval of the board, may
delegate some or all of the duties and powers of an office to other individuals. An officer who delegates the duties or powers of an office remains subject to the
standard of conduct for an officer with respect to the discharge of all duties and
powers so delegated.
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