A general power of attorney1 in favour of one member of a firm does not confer any authority on his partners2. Nor does it generally impose any liability on the firm for his wrongful acts in the exercise of the power3. A power of attorney by one partner to another, authorising him to sell all or any of the donor's property, enables him to sell the partnership property
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