The implied authority of an agent extends to all subordinate acts which are necessary or ordinarily incidental to the exercise of his express authority1. It does not, however, extend to acts which are outside the ordinary course of his business, or which are neither necessary nor incidental to his express authority2.
The manager of a business has authority to do all acts necessary to the regular conduct of the business3, but he has no implied authority to borrow money4. A servant has
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