particular dispute referred to in the arbitration agreement between the two

Particular dispute referred to in the arbitration

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QUESTION 2 (Chapter 20: Law of Agency) 2 is CORRECT. The representative who concludes a contract with a third party does not necessarily have to disclose the identity of the principal. The principal is then known as the “unnamed” principal.1 is INCORRECT. As a general rule a principal who does not exist cannot be represented.
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