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MANDATOR, contracts. The person employing another to perform a mandate. Story on Bailm. Sec. 138; 1 Brown, Civ. Law, 382; Halif. Anal. Civ. Law, 70.

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5% of the shares in the new company and Mandator shareholders owning 51.
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2012), the mandate represents the contract by means of which a party called mandatary undertakes conclusion of one or several legal acts on account of the other party called mandator.
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Justice Bissonnette distinguished between an "organisme executif et administratif" and one "essentiellement commercial", such as the Quebec Liquor Commission, whose discretion he held to be as absolute as that of an employer over his employee or a mandator over his mandatory.