implied agency


implied agency
An actual agency, the existence of which as a fact is proved by deductions or inferences from the other facts and circumstances of the particular case, including the words and conduct of the parties. Turnbull v Shelton, 47 Wash 2d 70, 286 P2d 676.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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