implied agency

implied agency

An agency relationship that arises out of the conduct of the parties and the impressions they give to the world,rather than because of a written or oral agreement.It is extremely rare to have an implied agency in real estate because of the rule that real estate contracts must be in writing,so agency relationships regarding real estate must also be in writing.

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The LLC moved for summary judgment on the grounds that there was no basis to hold it liable on the basis of apparent or implied agency.
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