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"Apparent authority. What if there was no power of attorney? ".The article by Natalia Kolodezhnaya, managing partner of the legal group "Paradigma" is published in "Corporate Lawyer" (April 2017).

Many companies cooperate for years, the contractors have a trusting relationship. Often, the interests of the parties are represented by persons who do not have a power of attorney to perform certain actions. If the cooperation continues without incident, everyone is happy with this situation. And if disputes begin, companies have a question about the credentials of these representatives. In particular situation we must prove that the powers of the representative are considered to be apparent from the situation.

You can read the article in pdf format here.