Guassen v Morton (1830)
- A principal authorised his agent to sell some of his land to pay off a debt owed personally to his agent
- Was the agent’s authority to sell revocable?
- Where an agent’s authority is given to secure his pre-existing interest in relation to the principal, and that authority is conferred by deed, it is irrevocable
Posted in Commercial Law Revision Notes.
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