Definition of Subagent

1. n. A person employed by an agent to transact the whole, or a part, of the business intrusted to the latter.



Definition of Subagent

1. Noun. (legal) A person employed by an agent to transact the whole, or a part, of the business entrusted to the latter. ¹

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Definition of Subagent

1. a subordinate agent [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subagent

subadnate
subadolescent
subadolescents
subadult
subadults
subaduncate
subadviser
subadvisers
subadvocate
subadvocates
subaerial
subaerially
subaffluent
subagencies
subagency
subagent (current term)
subagents
subah
subahdar
subahdars
subahs
subaid
subaided
subaiding
subaids
subalar
subalgebra
subalgebraic
subalgebras
subalignments

Literary usage of Subagent

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1. Handbook of the Law of Principal and Agent by Francis Buchanan Tiffany (1903)
"Where a subagent is employed without authority of the principal, since no privity of contract exists between them, the subagent must look solely to his ..."

2. A Treatise on the Law of Agency: Including Not Only a Discussion of the by Floyd Russell Mechem (1914)
"Is there privity between principal and subagent.—The question whether the subagent has been brought into privity with the principal and thus made the ..."

3. Handbook of the Law of Principal and Agent by Francis Buchanan Tiffany (1903)
"Where a subagent is employed without authority of the principal, since no privity of contract exists between them, the subagent must look solely to his ..."

4. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1896)
"443, "which runs through the cases is, that if an agent employs a subagent for his principal, and by his authority, express or implied, then the subagent is ..."

5. Rights, Remedies and Practice, at Law, in Equity and Under the Codes: A by John Davison Lawson (1889)
"Appointment of subagent.—If an agent improperly appoints a subagent, the ratification of the acts of the subagent by the principal will bind him in the same ..."

6. Handbook of the Law of Trusts by George Gleason Bogert (1921)
"to the depositor as a debtor, upon the failure of the subagent bank.21 After the subagent bank has remitted to the agent bank by sending cash or its ..."

7. A Treatise on the Law of Agency in Contract and Tort: Including Special by George Louis Reinhard (1902)
"In cases where it is sought to charge the principal with notice to a subagent, no great difficulty can arise. If the subagent was appointed under ..."

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