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18 February, 14:00

Based on Bluto's conduct, Cass reasonably believes that Dee has the authority to act on Bluto's behalf even though Dee does not have the actual authority to do so. Cass makes a payment to Dee for Bluto. Dee keeps the money and disappears. Blutoa. can demand that Cass make a repayment directly to Bluto. b. can obtain damages from Cass for Dee's misconduct. c. may be estopped from denying that Dee had authority. d. must repudiate Dee's misconduct to avoid liability

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  1. 18 February, 15:28
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    c. may be estopped from denying that Dee had authority.

    Explanation:

    Bluto made a mistake by allowing Dee to have his authority and also act on his behalf. Furthermore, Dee took a payment from the client and ran away with the money without performing any duty. This shows that Dee is not sincere and has committed fraud. In the absence of Dee, Bluto is liability to any criminal act conducted by Dee.
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