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Ratification has been outlawed in all states? #1 (permalink) Mon Apr 19, 2010 4:23 am   Ratification has been outlawed in all states?
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #191 "The Law of Agency", question 1

The common law of agency is the body of law applicable to ......... relationships in which one person (the agent) consents to act on behalf of another person (the principal) and subject to that person's control.

(a) collateral
(b) collegial
(c) conducive
(d) consensual

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #191 "The Law of Agency", answer 1

The common law of agency is the body of law applicable to consensual relationships in which one person (the agent) consents to act on behalf of another person (the principal) and subject to that person's control.

Correct answer: (d) consensual
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ratification has been outlawed in all states as a way of creating agency yes or no
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