Apparent authority

Apparent authority,

Definition of Apparent authority:

  1. Legal concept that (in agency agreements) a principal is liable for the acts of the agent if the principal (by his or her actions or by a failure to act) gives an impression to a third party that the agent acts or speaks for the principal. See also actual authority.

How to use Apparent authority in a sentence?

  1. The apparent authority disagreed with u and that made us all feel a bit of contempt and disdain for the powers that were in charge.
  2. You should try to show that you have the apparent authority so that others will at least pretend to respect you.
  3. You should try to make sure that you always follow any rules set forth by the apparent authority so that you do not have to void the deal.

Meaning of Apparent authority & Apparent authority Definition