In a sequence of recent rulings, the Dubai courts have made it clear that the doctrine of apparent authority
extends to arbitration agreements regardless of the jurisdiction of company formation.
This authority may arise from your actual authority or your apparent authority
Claimants are permitted to proceed with their claims of infringement on a number of methods of agency law, (19) but the three most traditional methods discussed in this Note are actual authority, apparent authority
, and ratification.
21) Thus, courts have identified two basic agency law theories for holding a franchisor vicariously liable: establishing either the actual or the apparent authority
of the franchisee to render its franchisor liable for its conduct.
5) The Ninth Circuit ultimately held that regardless of the conflicting interests of the corporation and its CEO, the corporation was liable for the actions of its CEO when he or she acts with apparent authority
The Court of First Instance deemed the capacity of the First Partner, based on the apparent authority
that he holds, sufficient to consider the contract as valid.
a seller may be liable for violations by its representatives under a broad range of agency principles, including not only formal agency, but also principles of apparent authority
Moreover, " a seller may be liable for violations by its representatives under a broad range of agency principles, including not only formal agency, but also principles of apparent authority
They omit how not even Hilbay-the NCCA's own counsel-defends this and justices seem to accept that the NCCA has no apparent authority
under the National Cultural Heritage Act.
A consent to extend the limitation period for the assessment for partnership items signed by the tax matters partner of a partnership in his capacity as the tax matters partner of another partnership was valid because the individual had the apparent authority
to sign the consent.
2) The ABA found that such collection letters "misuse the criminal justice system by deploying the apparent authority
of a prosecutor" and "carry with them the implication that the prosecutor or associates in the prosecutors office have reviewed the facts and found that a crime has been committed and criminal prosecution is warranted," creating a false impression in violation of ABA Model Rule 8.
For investigators going into potentially dangerous situations, and for the people they contact, it is critical both parties be able to rely on identification and apparent authority
to conduct the investigation.