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Acts and appearances which reasonably lead third persons to believe that an agency relationship exists. The principal is estopped from disputing the authority. 

The liability of a principal to third parties for the acts of an agent may be shown by proof disclosing (1) express or real authority which has been definitely granted; (2) implied authority, that is, to do all that is proper, customarily incidental and reasonably appropriate to the exercise of the authority granted; and (3) apparent authority, such as where the principal by words, conduct, or other indicative manifestations has 'held out' the person to be his agent.

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