Volume III: Private International Law | Chapter 29 (1974): Agency
Completed in November 1970
30. Personal liability of an agent. – If the agent has disclosed that he is acting for a principal, he does not normally incur in his own name duties or obligations towards the third party. However, the possibility must be considered that the agent may have commited a tort. It must suffice here to refer to the chapter on torts (see infra ch. 31).
31. The falsus procurator. – Finally, die case must be examined where a person has acted as agent without any authority or in…