Defendant's agent, a consignee of automobiles for sale, received from plaintiff a used truck, and agreed to apply the proceeds from the sale of the truck to the purchase price of a new automobile, to be sold and delivered to plaintiff when available. Defendant's agent sold the truck and absconded with the proceeds from such sale. Plaintiff sued for the value of the truck, and the lower court rendered judgment in his favor. On appeal, held, affirmed. The acts of the agent bound the defendant, although the agency contract gave only express authority to sell new automobiles. Correa v. Duality Motor Co., (Cal. App. 1953) 257 P. (2d) 738.
William D. Keeler,
Agency - Apparent Authority of Sales Agent,
Mich. L. Rev.
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