- Such authority as a principal intentionally confers upon his agent, or intentionally or by want of ordinary care allows the agent to believe himself to possess. McIntosh v Dakota Trust Co., 52 ND 1021, 204 NW 918, 40 ALR 1021. Actual authority, if conferred expressly or impliedly, empowers an agent to bind his principal, even in violation of private instructions, where the person dealing with him has no notice of the limitation upon authority. 29 Am J Rev ed Ins § 147.
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