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" When public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually liable, unless the intent to incur a personal responsibility... "
The Minnesota Teacher and Journal of Education - Page 235
1873
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 77

1886
...intention at the time famishes the only BUTę criterion in fixing their liability. WHEN PCBLIO AGENTS, IN GOOD FAITH, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal meanę of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually liable, unless the intent...
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The New York Supplement

1895
...Neal, 4 Minn. 126, 139 (Gil. 83), Emmett, CJ, in speaking for the court, said: "When public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become Individually liable, unless the Intent...
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A Treatise on the Law of Public Offices and Officers

Floyd Russell Mechem - 1890 - 751 pages
...not ordinarily held to an implied Warranty of Authority.— "When public agents," says EMMETT, CJ,1 " in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves,1 they do not become individually liable, unless the intent...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Ohio Courts of Record ..., Volume 28

William John Tossell, Ohio. Superior Courts - 1920
...126, 130 (Gill. 83, 91) [77 Am. Dec. 502, 506], lays down the rule in this way : "When public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually liable, unless the intent...
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Laws of Minnesota Relating to the Public School System: Including the State ...

Minnesota - 1915 - 135 pages
...premises." — Ptart. p. 42fi. If the trustees have contracted for a school for more than five (5) (now six) months without special authority from the district,...knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who havft an equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become Individually liable unless the...
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Department Reports of the State of Ohio: Containing the Decisions ..., Volume 7

Oberlin Historical and Improvement Organization, Ohio - 1918
...authority, or exceeds the scope of his authority, he is held personally liable ; but when public agents in good faith contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do no't become individually liable, unless the intent...
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The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports, Volume 20

Ohio. Courts - 1918
...Neal, 4 Minn., 126, 130 (77 Am. Dec., 502, 506), lays down the rule in this way: "When public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge witfi themselves, they do not become individually liable, unless the intent...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volume 173

1919
...charitable purpose. McCabe v. Goodfellow, 133 NY SO, 30 N. Б. 728, 17 LRA 204. "When public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually hable, unless the intent...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 42

South Dakota. Supreme Court - 1923
...or charitable purpose. McCabe v. Goodfellow, 133 NY 89, 30 XE 728. 17 LRA 204. "When public agents, in good* faith, contract with parties having full...knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually liable, unless the intent...
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Oklahoma Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volumes 61-62

Oklahoma. Supreme Court, Edward Bell Green, Frank Dale, John Henry Burford, Robert Lee Williams, Matthew John Kane, Howard J. Parker, Charles Winfield Van Eaton - 1916
...within the scope of their authority, without doubt it is the general rule that, when public agents, in good faith, contract with parties having full knowledge of the extent of their authority, or who have equal means of knowledge with themselves, they do not become individually liable unless the intent...
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