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This Agency exam, given by Professor James H. Barnett, Jr. on May 22, 1945, begins with the question:

P authorized A to buy certain automobile accessories, but cautioned him to conceal the name of the purchaser. A negotiated such a contract with T concealing P's name. T declined to enter into the contract until he was assured that the real party was neither A nor P. If A refuses to accept the goods, against whom does T have remedy? What will be the ultimate result of T's actions or action, in case P has paid to A the full purchase price with orders to pay T?

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T. C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond: Agency Exam, 22 May 1945