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15 January, 2016 - 09:34

Agencies created by consent—agreement—are not necessarily contractual. It is not uncommon for one person to act as an agent for another without consideration. For example, Abe asks Byron to run some errands for him: to buy some lumber on his account at the local lumberyard. Such agratuitous agency gives rise to no different results than the more common contractual agency.