What Is a Special Agent?

Special agent, "general agent" symmetry. Also known as "non-plenipotentiary agent", "limited agent", "partial agent" refers to the entrusted agent to carry out certain specific litigation matters based on the special authorization of the agent Or act. The special agent appointed by the agent must be specially authorized by the agent. [1]

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Special agent, "general agent" symmetry. Also known as "non-plenipotentiary agent", "limited agent", "partial agent" refers to the entrusted agent to carry out certain specific litigation matters based on the special authorization of the agent Or act. The special agent appointed by the agent must be specially authorized by the agent. [1]
Special agents are agents whose agents' rights are restricted, that is, agents only act as agents within the scope of the franchise, so they are also called partial agents and specific agents.
According to the Civil Procedure Law, special authorization is required for the following matters: recognition, waiver or change of the litigation request; settlement; settlement of a counterclaim;

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