Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) Termination of authority is not effective in relation to the third party unless the third party knew or ought to have known of it.
(2) Notwithstanding the termination of its authority, an agent remains authorised to perform the acts that are necessary to prevent harm to the principal"s interests.
|1||Termination or subsequent restriction of authority|
|1.1||Effective vis-à-vis third party only upon actual or constructive knowledge thereof by third party||1|
|2||Authority of necessity|