An agreement for lease may be entered into by an agent, but he must be properly authorised for that purpose1. An estate agent's general authority is only to obtain offers and communicate them to his principal, and without special authority he cannot bind his principal in contract2. The general authority of a steward or land agent is similarly limited, and he may not contract to grant leases of farms
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