Partially disclosed principal
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A partially disclosed principal is one whose agent reveals that he has a principal, but does not reveal the principal's identity. This concept has important implications in liability law. It is in contrast to a disclosed principal and undisclosed principal.
- Bohlman, 2001, ISBN 978-0-324-06183-3
- The legal, ethical, and international environment of business By Herbert M. Bohlman, Mary Jane Dundas
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