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Agency : law and principles /

By: Munday, R. J. C.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010Description: xxxviii, 369p.ISBN: 9780199230372 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0199230374 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Agency law -- Quasi contractsDDC classification: 346.029
Contents:
Contents The nature of 'agency' -- Creation of agency -- The actual authority of the agent -- Apparent authority -- Authority deriving from agency of necessity -- Ratification -- The agent's liability for breach of warranty of authority -- Legal relations between principal and agent : duties the agent owes to his principal -- Legal relations between principal and third party -- The tortious liabilities of principal and agent -- Legal relations between agent and third party -- Termination of agency.
Summary: "This clear and accessible study of the law of agency is suitable as both a useful reminder of the principles of agency law for experienced practitioners and an approachable text for those coming to the study of the subject for the first time. The work explains the general principles of the law of agency and their application, as well as the activities of particular classes of agents operating in the major Read more...
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Contents The nature of 'agency' --
Creation of agency --
The actual authority of the agent --
Apparent authority --
Authority deriving from agency of necessity --
Ratification --
The agent's liability for breach of warranty of authority --
Legal relations between principal and agent : duties the agent owes to his principal --
Legal relations between principal and third party --
The tortious liabilities of principal and agent --
Legal relations between agent and third party --
Termination of agency.


"This clear and accessible study of the law of agency is suitable as both a useful reminder of the principles of agency law for experienced practitioners and an approachable text for those coming to the study of the subject for the first time. The work explains the general principles of the law of agency and their application, as well as the activities of particular classes of agents operating in the major Read more...

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