Definition of Express authority:
Actual, distinctly stated (not implied) specific, authority given by a delegator or principal to his or her delegatee or agent, through oral or written, or partly-oral and partly-written, words. See also implied authority.
How to use Express authority in a sentence?
- Our team needs to ensure that we get express authority from the client in order to negotiate the disbursement of the estate funds.
- I was given express authority to manage the place how I saw fit without any interruption from any of the workers.
- My direct supervisor has express authority over me; I am obliged to obey any command he may give me in a timely and effective manner.
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