Revocation need not necessarily be by formal instrument. A deed may be revoked by word of mouth1, or the principal may intervene in the course of negotiations2, but until some such action of the principal is taken the agent is justified in assuming the continuance of the agency3. Once the agency has been terminated the agent must cease to act for the principal. However, if for some reason it was intended that the agent would continue to act on the principal's behalf once the relationship had broken
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