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subagency

An agent who operates under the authority of another agent. Typically, the listing broker has the direct agency relationship with the seller of real property. Other real estate brokers may attempt to sell the same property and act as a subagent for the seller rather than acting as the agent for the buyer.

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Depending on the functional purpose of positive mental states such as happiness, the subagents might or might not be built to experience them.
These travel agencies use their chartered pla nes primarily for their clients, but they also open them up to subagents or smaller travel agencies in Lebanon.
122) At the very least, early courts held that the specialist was a subagent of the customer's broker, who was, in turn, an agent of the public customer.
Noting that her department had been stopped by a court ruling from issuing hold-departure orders, De Lima said she could issue only "Lookout Bulletin Orders" for the executives, agents and subagents, many of whom, she noted, were in hiding.
For instance, at collection centres, agents or subagents reject slightly defective beedis, or deduct money for less numbers rolled with the given amount of material, 800 gms of tendu leaf is required to roll 1000 bidis.
This is achieved by adding a trigger directive to its subagents, making ListObjects and GripQuery, respectively, the currently focused agent, that is, the topmost agent on the stack.
Akinyemi said: "We are flagging off this partnership with the promotion of Africash, our proprietary money transfer service that facilitates instant local/cross border payments service for UBA or non UBA customers across our over 850 branches and numerous subagents across Africa.
Moreover, a principal's duty to indemnify extends downward in a chain of agency relationships to subagents (agents appointed by agents) unless the subagent agrees otherwise.
Names of 951 smugglers/traffickers, agents, subagents and facilitators have been entered in HUTIS since 2008, 241 by AHTC Karachi and 41 by AHTC Faisalabad, 116 by AHTC Gujranwala, 19 by AHTC Multan, 503 by AHTC Quetta and 31 by AHTC Rawalpindi, he said, In 2008 under the provisions of Prevention & Control of Human Trafficking Ordinance (PACHTO) 2002, he said, 89 cases were brought forward, whereas 264 fresh cases were registered, 251 cases were challaned and 73 cases were decided by the courts.
Rehman Malik said that names of 951 smugglers, traffickers, agents, subagents and facilitator have been entered in Human Trafficking Information System (HUTIS) since 2008.
Yeole is just one of Western Union's 1,000-odd subagents in rural India; and Pasarani just one amongst the several villages Western Union has made inroads into.
CopCorp has recently appointed subagents internationally for Ringling Bros.