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What is a partially disclosed principal?



This question is part of Business Law II Final
Asked by Chris_, Last updated: Jan 10, 2021

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c.Dorothy

c.Dorothy

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Answered Feb 28, 2018

The world of business law can be tricky and complex. It takes a lot of time and dedication to study and then practice in order to sufficiently practice business law. One of the first things to try to familiarize yourself with are the terms that are used in relation to business law.

For instance a partially disclosed principal is one whose agent reveals that he has a principle, but does not reveal the principal’s identity. The concept holds important implications when it comes to liability law. In certain cases you might run across a disclosed principal or a undisclosed principal as well. It’s important to learn about all three instances.

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John Smith

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John Smith

Answered Feb 02, 2017

Apartially disclosed principalis one whose agent reveals that he has aprincipal, but does not reveal theprincipal'sidentity. This concept has important implications for liability law.

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