No

                        Agent

   
                     Servant

1
    
An agent is employed to bring the principal into the legal relationship with the third person or to represent him in dealing with third persons.


A servant does not ordinarily create the legal relationship between his employer and third persons.

2

An agent is bound to follow all the lawful instructions of the principal but he is not subject to the direct control and supervision of the principal.

A servant acts under the direct control and supervision of his employer and is bound to follow all reasonable orders given to him in the course of his employment.
   

3

An agent may work for several principles at the same time


A servant usually serves only one master.

4

A principal is liable for the wrongs of his agent done within the scope of his Authority.


A master is liable for the wrongs of the servant if they are committed in the course of his employment.

5

Any Person who is of the age of majority according to the law to which he is subject, and who is of sound mind, may employ an agent (Section 183) As such a lunatic or a minor or a drunken person cannot employ as agent







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