Authority that a third party reasonably believes an agent has, based on the third party’s dealings with the principal, even though the principal did not confer or intend to confer the authority.
? Apparent authority can be created by law even when no actual authority has been conferred.
¡ª Also termed ostensible authority; authority by estoppel. [Cases: Principal and Agent 99. C.J.S. Agency ¡ì¡ì 153¨C164.]
What is the legal translation of apparent authority in Chinese?
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