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Sir, I had worked as an agent of UK based company in India. Had introduced both the parties of each other. Buyer in India made payments to UK Company for goods as advance. The company in UK delivered the material at port in containers. But there was delay in issuing telex release by UK Company or the buyer. Though it was done later on buyer in India had to suffer demurrage charges. UK Company promises to pay him monies and losses he suffered due to demurrage charges.

An agent is a person who is employed or obligated to act on behalf of a person or to represent them in negotiations or dealings with third parties.

If the agent has actual or apparent authority, the agent will not be liable for acts performed within the scope of such authority, so long as the relationship of the agency and the identity of the ...

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