Definition: is a secondary authority that arises from the basic one in its immediate execution. In a broader sense, the incidental authority is the authority that is not related to the main purpose of the product, but has a certain effect on the ability of the product to perform basic functions. The incidental authority is divided into substantial and nonessential ones. The incidental authority does not affect the performance of the object and reflects the limitations that must be met when the object performs its main function.
Incidental authority in a sentence:
Incidental authority is an integral part of the implementation of management decisions.
Incidental authority, as a rule, is not contained in the contract but follows from it.
The functional approach involves considering the object as a carrier of a set of main and incidental authorities that satisfy a specific need.
Synonyms and related words: rights and obligations, fulfillment of obligations