The essential aspect of delegation – as a juridical act – is the temporary amend of the current workplace, maintaining unchanged the work type and the other elements of the existing work relation. The change of the workplace can be done at the same employer with a judicial status, to other subunits or component units or to another judicial person, within the same county or not. It can also take place in the same county (for example to a subunit located in the same area), or to another county. If a territorial area, within which the activity would be carried out, was specified in the work contract, then any assignment outside these boundaries, received by the employed person, responsible with specific tasks, represents a delegation. On the contrary, if a territorial area or certain counties where work must be done, would be specified in the work contract, and the employed person would carry out his/her work in the same area or county, she/he will not be called delegated, because she/he would perform the tasks implied by the job description.