Article 21 Liability in case of Delegation

A If the Trust Instrument authorizes the Trustee to appoint a deputy (or Agent) without naming the person to be appointed, the Trustee shall not be held personally liable for the deputy's action other than his liable for error in choosing the deputy, and for any wrong instructions issued to the deputy.
B The Trustee may use the services of lawyers, engineers, experts, middlemen, or other specialist practitioners, if the case so required. The responsibility of the Trustee for the actions of such persons shall be the same as in the preceding paragraph.
C If the Trustee delegates to another person the performance of some of his duties in violation of the Trust Instrument, he shall be liable for the action of his deputy as though the action was his own. The Trustee and his deputy in such a case shall be jointly responsible.