A company owner hires a general manager for daily operations. Without authority, the general manager uses company funds to order golf clubs with...
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A company owner hires a general manager for daily

operations. Without authority, the general manager uses company funds to order golf clubs with company logos for personal use. The owner of the company refuses to pay for the clubs when they are delivered. 

Which type of claim will the golf club manufacturer assert against the owner?


Express authority

Ratification

Negligence

Apparent authority

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