Agency_outline fall 2012(1)

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2. How does it occur? 3. What are the consequences? I.e., 1. Are P and T bound on the contract? 2. Is A liable to P? 3. Is A liable to T? 2. Apparent Authority 1. What is it? 2. How does it occur? 3. What are the consequences? I.e., 1. Are P and T bound on the contract? 2. Is A liable to P? 3. Is A liable to T? 3. Ratification 1. What is it? 2. How does it occur? 3. What are the consequences? I.e., 1. Are P and T bound on the contract? 2. Is A liable to P? 3. Is A liable to T? 4. Effect of termination of agency (or part of actual authority) 1. Death, bankruptcy or incapacity of P; illegality 2. Termination by other means 2
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5. Special rules regarding undisclosed principals 1. Definition 2. Under what circumstances may T avoid the contract? 3. Under what circumstances will P be bound on contract? 4. Under what circumstances will A be bound on contract? 5. In the event of breach by P, what rights does T have against P, A? 4. Special rules regarding partially disclosed principal 5. Tort Liability 1. Distinction between employee and independent contractor 2. Direct liability of P for acts of employee 3. Direct liability of P for acts of independent contractor 4. Vicarious liability of P for acts of employee 1. Rule 2. Consequences 3. Indemnity 3
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