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Article 201. Powers granted by the supreme or supervision body

(1) The supreme body of the legal entity or its supervisory body (the board) may, by resolution, authorize a third party (with or without the right of delegation) to act on behalf of that legal entity in order to enforce the resolution of such body. In this case, the authorized third party holds powers without it being required to obtain powers from the administrator. The minutes that include the resolution of the grant of powers amounts to a power of attorney issued by such legal entity.
(2) The provisions of para. (1) apply in particular if the administrator is in a conflict of interest with respect to the adopted resolution, such as:
a) conclusion or modification of the contract between the administrator and the legal entity;
b) carrying out the official investigation, suspending the administrator or applying other similar measures;
c) dismissal;
d) liability towards the legal entity;
e) fulfillment of the publicity formalities in order to operate the changes regarding the legal entity in the publicity register provided for by law.

LPA C civ, art. 29 [Statutory Building Right over Public Rent and Royalty]

Article 992. Notion of Contract