DOCTRINE OF ELECTION
doctrine of election. A doctrine holding that when a person has contracted with an agent without knowing of the agency and later learns the principal’s identity, the person may enforce the contract against the agent or the principal, but not both. See ELECTION(1). [Cases: Principal and Agent 145(4). C.J.S. Agency ¡ì¡ì 416¨C417.]
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