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    Contractural terms 'for and on behalf of'

    In the phrase 'for and on behalf of', does 'for' represent a contract between the customer and the agent (on behalf of) who was engaged for to employ a contactor?

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    Re: Contractural terms 'for and on behalf of'

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    In the phrase 'for and on behalf of', does 'for' represent a contract between the customer and the agent (on behalf of) who was engaged for to employ a contactor?

    Kevin
    Your question is not very clear (to me). A document could be signed by someone "for and on behalf of" someone else.

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