Selected Cases by Article & Issues
Article 2.2.80 Cases
An agent has implied authority to appoint a sub-agent to perform acts which it is not reasonable to expect the agent to perform itself. The rules of this Section apply to the sub-agency.
|1||Agent’s implied authority to appoint sub-agents|
|1.1||Only for acts not reasonably expected to be performed by agent itself|
|2||Sub-agent’s acts directly bind principal|