The Principles Of European Contract Law 1997 - (unofficial preview of the provisional complete and revised version)
CHAPTER 3 - Authority Of Agents
Section 2 - Direct Representation
Article 3.208 (ex art. 11) - Third Party's Right with Respect to Confirmation of Authority
Where the statements or conduct of the principal gave the third party reason to believe that an act performed by the agent was authorised, but the third party is in doubt about the authorisation, he may send a written confirmation to the principal or request ratification from him. If the principal does not object or answer the request without delay the agent's act is treated as having been authorised.
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