EQUAL-DIGNITIES RULE

EQUAL-DIGNITIES RULE

equal-dignities rule. Agency. The doctrine that an agent can perform all acts requiring a writing signed by the principal only if the agent’s authority is set forth in a writing. ? This rule is an adjunct to the statute of frauds and applies when one or more of the signatories to a contract acted through an agent. [Cases: Principal and Agent 12. C.J.S. Agency ¡ì 43.]
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