Bowstead on Agency, 13th Edition
Bowstead on Agency, 13th Edition By Bowstead, William
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
The fundamental reference source for commercial practitioners is Bowstead & Reynolds on Agency. This new version, which is part of the well-known Common Law Library, brings together all important parts of law and how they relate to agency agreements, including contract law, administrative law, tort, commercial/company law, property law, and conflict of laws. Bowstead & Reynolds on Agency, 21st edition, is frequently cited in courts throughout the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, and it covers the roles of both agent and principal, providing explanation, advice, and interpretation to help you better grasp the law.
Provides a comprehensive and authoritative analysis and explanation of agency law. Walks you through the process of forming an agency agreement. Examines the authority of actors, both expressed and tacit. Sets Agents' responsibilities to their principals are spelled out in detail, including both performance and fiduciary responsibilities. Agents' rights are covered, including remuneration, indemnity, and lien concerns. The interactions between principals and third parties, as well as agents and third parties, are described in detail. Examines the possibility of contract cancellation.
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