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    Using the keywords Powell v. MVE Holdings, Inc., 626 N.W.2d 451 (Minn. App. 2001), search the Internet and read the complete case on the Internet.

    Analyze if a third-party dealing with an agent should have the obligation to ascertain whether the agent is authorized to perform the proposed act? What are the types of actions a third party can take to determine whether the agent has the required authority?

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    It is not my belief that a third party dealing with an agent should have the obligation to ascertain whether the agent is authorized to perform the proposed act, due to the fact that the agent in many cases voluntarily verbally indicates that they are authorized to perform the proposed act, or based on the fact that they are representing a person or organization ...

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    The expert examines the law and ethics for Powell versus MVE Holdings, Inc.

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