Eleonore and Henry form a partnership to operate a horseback-riding business. The two partners file a duly executed statement of

Eleonore and Henry form a partnership to operate a horseback-riding business. The two partners file a duly executed statement of authority indicating that only Eleonore has the authority to buy and sell horses on behalf of the partnership. James, a regular customer who was unaware of the statement of authority, asks Henry if he can buy one of the horses from the partnership. Henry agrees to sell James a horse. When Eleonore finds out about the sale, she is furious, and demands that Henry retrieve the horse from James. Is Henry’s sale of the horse binding


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