In the law of agency, what is actual authority?

The authority of an agent as indicated to him in words (i. e. by the principal’s express authority) or by implication (e. g. where a shipmaster infers that, by virtue of being appointed as a master, he has full authority to order tugs).

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In the law of agency, what is apparent authority (or ostensible authority)?

What types of authority can an agent have?