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Authority: Actual and Apparent

This lesson discusses the power that an agent has to affect the legal rights of the principal. In general, an agent may affect the principal's legal rights only to the extent that the agent possesses the authority to do so. This lesson provides an introduction to the two basic types of authority -- actual authority and apparent authority.

Lesson Completion Time

45 minutes
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