Coverage needs, amounts, payment preferences and budget are among the basic items discussed during this initial meeting. It is the duty of an agent not to do his work i. When agent acts for foreign principal, agent is personally liable.
If his acts are not bonafide, he will lose his remuneration and will have to account for the secret profit to his principal. However, if the agent fully discloses to each principal the agent's interests under the two appointments and the fact that he acts for both principals at the same time and obtains the consent of each principal to the dual agency, he may still act for the two principals.
Agent has to remit amounts to principal properly. This requires honesty and a customer-centered approach. Accordingly, an estate agent who acts for both the vendor and purchaser in a sale and purchase property transaction must disclose the fact to both the vendor and the purchaser and obtain their consent for so acting.
The function of an agent is essentially to bring about contractual relations between the principal and third parties. Duty not to deal on his own account Sees.
Actually agents binds over principal to his activities but there are some situations where agent comes across personal liability. A, on discovering that B has bought the estate for himself may repudiate the sale, if he can show that B has dishonestly concealed any material fact or that the sale has been disavantageous to him.
A, in consequence of not receiving the money, becomes insolvent. Agent can exercise right of lien but contract act has not specified whether it is general lien or particular lien. An agent is held liable personally when he acts beyond his authority or commits fraud or misrepresentation.
In case of breach of contract by an agent, he is liable to pay damages. However, independent agents and even those in offices with larger providers typically function as the first point of service contact. Hence, an agent must disclose everything which comes to his or her knowledge that is likely to influence the principal in the making of a contract.
An agent has also the right to be indemnified against the consequences of all lawful acts done by him in exercise of authority conferred upon him.
Agent has right to deduct the amount which is due to him by principal, from amount payable to principal.
An original agent has a right appointed would be responsible to the original agent, except in case of fraud, etc. Failure to make full disclosure to the principal is a breach of the agent's fiduciary duty and the agent is liable to account for any profit that the agent has made from such transaction in addition to other remedies available to the principal for the agent's breach of duty.
C sues B for the recovery of the value of goods. When agency is coupled with interest then also agent is personally liable. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This may include placing ads in a local newspaper or website, going to community events, making cold calls and buying contact lists.
He is liable to compensate the principal in the event of these being lost Pannalal Jankidas vs Mohanlal. In case where principal cannot be sued, Customer sues agent and thus agent is personally liable.
He has the right to deduct any amount which may be outstanding in this account like remuneration, etc. If the agent makes any departure, he does so at his own risk.
The plaintiff was to be informed that owing to the world depression, one of the brokers made default in paying interest, but the defendants expressed their opinion that if there were time to be given, the broker would improve in his position; the plaintiff did not differ in this opinion.
Duty to Render Accounts Sec. In, people were employed in the U. B, at the time of such sale, is insolvent. When an agent receives goods from his principal or other sources, on behalf of the principal, it is the duty of the agent not to set up on adverse title i.
B is liable for the money and interest from the day on which it ought to have been paid, according to the usual rate, and for any further direct loss such as loss by variation of rate of exchange, but nothing further.
Sales Like other sales professionals, insurance agents must be skilled in the art of persuasion.Duties and Responsibilities of an Agent. i) Duty of Follow Principal’s Directions of Customs: The first and the foremost duty of an agent is to act within the scope of authority conferred upon him and act according to the directions given by his principal.
In the absence of any such instructions the agent should work according to the customs prevailing in the agency. An agent owes certain duties towards his/her principal and a principal owes certain duties towards his/her agent.
The scope of an agent’s duty to the principal is determined by: the terms of the agreement between the parties[ii]; and; extent of the authority conferred and.
Rights and Duties of Agents Rights of Agents. Right of Retainer: Agent has right to deduct the amount which is due to him by principal, from amount payable to principal.
Hence, an agent has normally no implied authority to employ deputies or sub-agents to carry out his duties. c. Where an agent is not authorised to delegate, the act of a "sub-agent" appointed by the agent will not be binding on the principal.
DUTIES OF AGENT. An agent has a fiduciary duty to act loyally for the principal’s benefit in all matters connected with the agency relationship.
This duty supplements the duties created by an agency contract. A fiduciary duty exists because agency is a relationship of trust and confidence. Hence, an agent has normally no implied authority to employ deputies or sub-agents to carry out his duties. c. Where an agent is not authorised to delegate, the act of a "sub-agent" appointed by the agent will not be binding on the principal.Download