special agency

Definition of "special agency"
  1. The type of agency where the agent is given the authority to carry out certain specified actions or to function only within a particularly identified transaction
How to use "special agency" in a sentence
  1. A special agency was established for the sole purpose of conducting negotiations for a specific real estate deal.
  2. In the business world, a special agency may be set up for a one-time event like a fundraiser or marketing campaign.
  3. An attorney appointed to execute a will operates under a special agency, with authority limited to certain tasks related to the will.

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