implied authority

Definition of "implied authority"
  1. It's the power granted implicitly to an agent to conduct actions that are standard, essential, and recognized as approved when carrying out tasks for which they've been explicitly permitted by a principal
How to use "implied authority" in a sentence
  1. Even though the contract did not specifically mention it, the manager's implied authority allowed him to negotiate prices with suppliers.
  2. Despite the absence of express permission, the supervisor used her implied authority to delegate tasks to the team members.
  3. The officer used his implied authority to maintain order in the precinct even though it wasn't explicitly stated in his job description.

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