Where an agency has been created for a fixed period, the question whether the agent is entitled to claim damages on cessation of the principal's business before the end of that period for wrongful revocation of the agency depends upon whether there was any obligation, express or implied, on the part of the principal to continue his business to the end of that period1. This can only be determined from the circumstances of each particular case2, and the express words of the particular agency agreement; a term will only be implied if it is strictly necessary to give business
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