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Law of Agency

Roderick MundayDirector of Studies in Law, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge

ISBN13: 9780406891624
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Publication Abandoned



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The law of agency is vitally important to the practitioner. It constitutes a major component in a number of central areas of law such as commercial law, company law and the law of contract and has interesting links with tort, equity and even criminal law.

Dr Munday's book presents an accurate, clear and accessible exposition of the subject, bringing out the salient principles without overlooking the detail or ignoring the live issues.

Subjects:
Company Law
Contents:
The nature of agency. ;Creation of an agency. ;The authority of the agent to bind the principal. ;Duties owed by an agent to the principal. ;Rights of the agent against the principal.; Legal relations between principal and third party. ;Legal relations between agent and third party. ;The position of sub-agents. ;Termination of agency. ;'Commercial agents' under EC law. ;'Agency' in a comparative context.