Agent may perform acts permitted to principal.
Actual authority defined.
Authority to request, receive, review, and disclose information regarding principal's
Ostensible authority defined.
Agent's general authority.
Agent's necessary authority--Ordinary course of business.
Agent's necessary authority--Representation as to matter of fact.
Agent's power to disobey instructions.
Agent cannot have authority to defraud principal.
Exceptions to general authority--Agent cannot act in own name.
Exceptions to general authority--Scope of agency cannot be defined.
Exceptions to general authority--Forbidden acts.
Authority to sell real property--Power to give warranty.
Authority to sell personal property--Power to give warranties.
Authority to receive price of property.
Agent's delegation of powers.
Subagent, lawfully appointed, represents principal.
Responsibility as between principal and agent of agent.
Agent's unauthorized employment of subagent.