Georgia Code § 10-6-5 - What May Be Done by Agent; Delegation of Agent's Authority

Whatever one may do himself may be done by an agent, except such personal trusts in which special confidence is placed on the skill, discretion, or judgment of the person called in to act; so an agent may not delegate his authority to another unless specially empowered to do so.

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