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Purposes for Which Agents May Be Created


PURPOSES FOR WHICH AGENTS MAY BE CREATED. An agent may be authorized to do any act which his principal may lawfully do, ex cept those personal actions to which the principal must give his personal attention.

The exceptions to the general rule of the right of the principal to delegate his authority, are: 1, he can not delegate another to do an act which is illegal, im moral or opposed to public policy; or, 2, delegate an other to perform an act which is personal in its na ture.