|Krischnig Insurance Brokers enter Mr Smith into a contract with the XYZ Insurance Company despite having no authority to do this. Mr Smith believed that Krischnig was an agent of XYZ at the time and that it was allowed to form this contract. What type of authority is likely to exist?|
|A third party may choose to sue the agent or principal in a dispute involving an undisclosed principal. What is this right known as?|
|How are most agencies created?|
|If an agent is appointed by deed, what is the deed known as?|
|In a well known case, a railway company was unable to deliver a horse for a customer, through no fault of its own. As this was an emergency they arranged for the horse to be stabled overnight and paid the cost of this. Who was responsible for the cost of stabling the horse?|
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