actual implied authority

Definition of "actual implied authority"
  1. The unspoken yet real power an agent has, given by a principal, which might have been conferred either intentionally or through carelessness
How to use "actual implied authority" in a sentence
  1. The manager, by not preventing the employee from making decisions, has given them actual implied authority.
  2. Through her silence, the CEO has provided actual implied authority to her subordinates to negotiate contracts.
  3. The owner gave actual implied authority to the caretaker by not stopping them from making key decisions.

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