References: (1871) LR 6 CP 486
‘an agent who contracts in his own name does not cease to be contractually bound because it is proved that the other party knew when the contract was made that he was acting as agent.’
This case is cited by:
- Approved – Basma v Weekes PC ( AC 441)
The appellant requested specific performance of an agreement by which the first three respondents had agreed to sell to him two houses, of which they were tenants in common. The respondents pleaded, inter alia, that the agreement alleged was not a . .
Last Update: 04-Sep-15 Ref: 416021