By Gary Rice, Beauchamps Solicitors
Agents owe a fiduciary duty to their principal (client) to act in his or her best interests. As Lord Justice Jacobs said in the case “an agent’s own personal interests come entirely second to the interest of his client…You must act for him as if you were him.”
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