My agency lecture stressed that an agency relationship requires assent (including capacity to ascend), benefit and control.
The mini outline says an agency relationship requires capacity, consent and a writing if required by statute of frauds. Significantly, the outline has no mention of benefit or control.
I don't think this is a difference of state law. The lecture was supposedly specific to my state.
I guess my question is, WTF?
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For what it's worth, I took Agency in school. My Prof emphasises benefit and control.
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