An Agency is defined as a relationship between two parties called a principle and an agent

An Agency is defined as a relationship between two parties called a principle and an agent.
An agent is a person who is authorised to act for another, the principle, in the making of legal relations with third parties. Therefore, in an agency, there is in effect two contracts. One contract been formed between the principal and the agent from which the agent derives his authority to act for and on behalf of the principal, and the second between the principal and the third party through the work of the agent (Lawteacher.net, 2018). The relationship can be created by expressed agreement, implied agreement or by apparent.