implied authority


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implied authority

A principal grants the agent implied authority when there is an implied agency. See implied agency.

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6) A subspecies of this category covers those situations where the agent acts with the principal's implied authority.
In support of its argument, SCD relied on the wording of the Accidia Agency Agreement which referred to 'net price to seller' and on Mr Dickinson's evidence that 'net return price' arrangements were common in the London art market as showing that Accidia had given LAL implied authority to arrange the sale on that basis.
There being no express or implied authority for the ROICC PM to make contract changes, the court remanded the case to the ASBCA to determine whether the contracting officer's initial Final Decision finding entitlement to some of the contractor's claims constituted a ratification of the changes directed by the ROICC PM, an issue that the board previously had no need to address since it had found express authority to make the changes.
The arbitrator, however, accepted the evidence by and on behalf of the players that they only dealt with the coach when contracts were negotiated and concluded that the coach had implied authority to promise and negotiate contracts.
Since it is impossible for the principal to provide a list to the contracting officers of all the powers that might be necessary to perform their job, a contracting officer also is given an implied authority that flows from express authority, to allow him/her to affect the administrative actions that are necessary for contract performance.
At the end of a 23-page written judgement, Mr Justice Tugendhat concluded that 'Sanderson had no actual implied authority to enter into the agreement' but that he 'did have apparent or ostensible authority' because the council had allowed Sanderson to be seen as representing it in various negotiations.
Limited exceptions on the requirement of actual authority exist for implied authority, estoppel, and imputed knowledge.
Whoever is authorized to hire personnel has implied authority to fire them, Another rule is that any delegation of local government authority must be authorized by statute, and the mere exercise of authority by another agency does not in itself prove a delegation.
But the league contended that at least an implied authority was given to the directors of ITV Digital to do whatever was necessary to obtain the broadcasting rights, which were vital to the success of the joint venture.
In the absence of federal enabling/authorizing legislation to enter into a partnership agreement, there is no implied authority to do so.
And then, of course, the priest also has the implied authority of the pope, via a telephone call to the president.
Ohio 1979), the court held that section 6001 contains an implied authority allowing the IRS to require taxpayers to produce records for investigation.