Agency Agreements In American Law;Comparısıon With Turkish Civil Law



Agency is a relationship between two persons whereby one of them (the agent) is authorized to act for and on behalf of the other (the principal). Within the scope of authority the principal grants the agent. Agency relationship is one of the most common legal relationships. By virtue of agency device, one person can make contracts at numerous places with many different parties at the same time. Thus disputes based upon contract law and tort law may arise out of transactions or work done by others. In the article agency in American Law is given much more detailed because of the differences from theTurkish Law.

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