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apparent agency

Ostensible agency Medical malpractice A relationship in which a person–eg, a physician, has a relationship of responsibility with an entity–eg, a hospital. See Captain of the ship doctrine, Malpractice.
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Under RULLCA, however, members do not have statutory apparent authority. While most of RULLCA is fairly mainstream, some would call the agency rule a radical departure from the norm.
(19.) Patent infringement agency claims can also be established via implied authority and inherent authority, but this Note focuses on the three most-seen methods of actual authority, apparent authority, and ratification.
(229) It is thus meant "to ensure that the consumer does not think he is dealing directly with the franchisor or the parent company." (230) In effect, such Neiertz Decree notices, whether on sales receipts, invoices, in any other correspondence, on a website, in an advertisement, or in any sign or posting at the franchise's physical location (e.g., its office or store), tend to make apparent authority impossible for most practical purposes, both according to the French and English language and under both French and Anglo-American law.
(40) Using common law agency principles, the Court determined that as the CEO, Chan was acting with the apparent authority of ChinaCast and general imputation rules applied.
in this context meant acting with apparent authority. The Caire decision
According to the FCC, "apparent authority may be supported by evidence that the [principal]" (1) allows the outside sales entity access to information and systems that normally would be within the seller's exclusive control; (2) the ability by the outside sales entity to enter consumer information into the seller's sales or customer systems; (3) the telemarketer used the seller's trade name, trademark and service mark; or (4) the seller approved, wrote or reviewed the outside entity's telemarketing scripts.
The IRS asserted that the Form 872-P was valid because Gjelde, as managing member of both Summit SV Holdings and Meridian, had apparent authority to extend the period of limitation for Summit.
He knows that if you say these things with apparent authority, and also imply that it's esoteric and dangerous knowledge, some of the more credulous out there will drink the blood from that unholy grail.
The court observed that the office of vice president does not by itself carry any actual or apparent authority to bind the corporation.
A spokeswoman for Eversheds said: "We are pleased to confirm that the Court of Appeal has upheld the earlier decision in Eversheds' favour that the airport executives at Newcastle International Airport had apparent authority to instruct Eversheds .