A university is like any other complex institution in that it requires numerous general and particular decisions about the use of its resources and the manner of its operations. Public laws and constitutions as well as the charters, ordinances, statutes and by-laws of the university provide the maps for the distribution of the rights to make decisions which are binding upon members of the university, or, more exactly, those who fill the roles that, taken all together, comprise the university.
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