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Contracts Of Mandate

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This chapter contains 18 articles on contracts of mandate. Some of the presented articles are: definition of contract of mandate, scope of mandate, mandatary's obedience of instructions and modified instructions, principle of fulfilling the mandate in person and sub-mandate and duty of mandatary to hand over. The scope of the entrusted matter shall be agreed by the mandator and the mandatary in the contract. The mandatary shall take care of the entrusted matter within his authority of agency. If the sub-mandate is consented to by the mandator, the mandator may directly give instructions to the sub-mandated third party, and the mandatary shall be liable only for the selection of the third party and his own instructions given to the third party. The mandatary may entrust two or more mandataries to take care of the entrusted matter.

Keywords: contracts of mandate; mandator; sub-mandated third party



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