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59-3-1      Agent may perform acts permitted to principal.
59-3-2      Actual authority defined.
59-3-2.1      Authority to request, receive, review, and disclose information regarding principal's health.
59-3-3      Ostensible authority defined.
59-3-4      Agent's general authority.
59-3-5      Agent's necessary authority--Ordinary course of business.
59-3-6      Agent's necessary authority--Representation as to matter of fact.
59-3-7      Agent's power to disobey instructions.
59-3-8      Agent cannot have authority to defraud principal.
59-3-9      Exceptions to general authority--Agent cannot act in own name.
59-3-10      Exceptions to general authority--Scope of agency cannot be defined.
59-3-11      Exceptions to general authority--Forbidden acts.
59-3-12      Authority to sell real property--Power to give warranty.
59-3-13      Authority to sell personal property--Power to give warranties.
59-3-14      Authority to receive price of property.
59-3-15      Agent's delegation of powers.
59-3-16      Subagent, lawfully appointed, represents principal.
59-3-17      Responsibility as between principal and agent of agent.
59-3-18      Agent's unauthorized employment of subagent.

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