Reporting obligation. An agent is required to inform the client of any information he or she receives that is important to the Agency. The information that the officer has learned through the Agency is shared with the client. But if a person is not empowered to act as an agent or if an agent is not empowered to act in a certain way, is the client free of any consequences? The answer depends on the officer`s overt authority In the agency, the situation in which a client leads a third party to believe that an officer is entitled to tie him up, even if the officer does not have the real power to hire him. , in writing or spoken, or his conduct, that he actually accepted the officer`s actions. Apparent authority is a manifestation of authority that is communicated to the third person; It runs from the principle to the third, not to the agent. Many agreements contain certain circumstances whose appearance indicates the end of the Agency. The most obvious of these circumstances is the expiry of a certain period (“Agency ending at the end of three months” or “at midnight on December 31”). An agreement may also be terminated when performing a particular deed (“in the event of the sale of the house”) or after a particular event (“at the end of the last horse race”). The Agency may be terminated at any time and at any time by mutual agreement between the adjudicator and its representative. Therefore, an agent`s authority ends when the sponsor and the agent agree to terminate it. In Watteau v Fenwick, Lord Coleridge CJ on Queen`s Bench accepted Wills J.`s opinion that a third party could personally incur liability for a sponsor he did not know about while selling cigars to an agent acting outside his authority. Wills J.
stated that “the client is responsible for all the agents` actions that are generally entrusted to an agent of this type, regardless of the restrictions imposed between the captain and the agent of that authority.” This decision was strongly criticised and questioned, although it was not completely overturned in the United Kingdom. It is sometimes called “the usual authority” (but not in the mind of Lord Denning MR in Hely-Hutchinson, where it is synonymous with “real implied authority”). It has been declared as a form of apparent authority or “intrinsic agency power.” The awarding entity is responsible for the worker`s bids in two circumstances: first, if the awarding entity was directly responsible, such as when recruiting a person whose client knew or should have known that he was incompetent or dangerous; second, if the staff member committed the unlawful act in the client`s case. It is the higher education of the Master or the answer. It establishes an assistant responsibility to the employer: the master (employer) is liable if the worker was in the area of activity that posed a risk to the employer (a “risk zone” test), that is, as a general rule, when the worker was where he was intended to be and the incident was born out of the worker`s (but perverted) interest in the promotion of the employer. Moreover, the Agency may be terminated by acts of honour: 9. The agency`s subsequent presentation of the illegal agency may be legitimate that the Agency was created, but if it is subsequently declared illegal by law, the Agency cannot continue, as it would be illegal.