the apparent agency
exception, which is the most important exception in determining franchisor vicarious liability).
agency or apparent agency
based on the medical negligence of the
13) Both counts alleged the same nine categories of negligent conduct, invoking the doctrine of actual agency and, alternatively, the theory of apparent agency
Therefore, the penetration of the transactions of an attorney after the client death should be clarified by an apparent agency
conditioned to the commission during the transaction with other third parties virtually.
BWWI moved for summary judgment, arguing that it should not be held vicariously liable because the plaintiff had failed to show either actual or apparent agency
The court held, inter alia, that the alleged negligence of a physician whose purportedly negligent acts or omissions were not evaluated by the prelitigation screening panel may not later be brought into the litigation based on a theory of apparent agency
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The allegedly negligent acts of a physician whose acts or omissions were not evaluated by the pre-litigation screening panel may not later he brought into the litigation, based on the theory of apparent agency
On the apparent agency
issue, the court ruled against Foothill Thrift and in favor of the investors, because the loan proceeds were not used to further the business of Bodenwest, and it should have been obvious to Foothill Thrift that Bodenwest was not benefited by the loan.
Perpetual motion at its purest, perverse subtraction and addition, deprived of any apparent agency
or metaphor through which to filter the viewer response, this profusion of home deco supplies and modernist utopian inferences is only faintly reminiscent of those "urban paths of decay and regeneration" to which the press release alludes.
The hospital's advertising, or "holding out," the provider's services is the essence of this apparent agency
The main challenge to this apparent agency
of harmony between state and society came from liberals uneasy at the powers of a centralized state, for whom the English model of the Metropolitan Police represented the ideal.
The phrase `power of an agent' denotes the ability of an agent or apparent agent to affect the legal relations of the principal in matters connected with the agency or apparent agency