COMM 315 Study Guide - Final Guide: Natural Person, Mandator, Specific Performance

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[2130] definition of mandate: mandator = principal, mandatary = agent, k = contract, 1/3 = third party, power of attorney = written document evidencing your right to act on behalf of another. [2132] acceptance of mandate can be either expressed or tacit1i. e. the agent must accept the mandate. [2133] two types of mandates: gratuitous = without compensation (between two natural persons, onerous = for money (between professional and natural person, this is not public order, you can reverse it. [2135] two classifications of mandates: special e. g. = mom, sell my house, general e. g. = job offer overseas, mandate mom to do everything while i"m gone. [2136] implied activities ( incidental ) are included in mandate: e. g. to sell house, implied that need notary, put money in bank, etc. , but it doesn"t mean to sell my car, too. 1 unvoiced or unspoken ; understood without being openly expressed; implied.