Conduct by an AGENT that causes another party to believe the agent is authorized to conduct business on behalf of a PRINCIPAL, whether or not that is the case. A principal may be legally bound by apparent agency. See also ACTUAL AUTHORITY, EXPRESS AUTHORITY.APPORTIONMENT The practice of dividing an INSURED

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