Since a principal is bound by the representations of its agents, the plaintiff argued that his policy with MPIUA went into effect on September 2, Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to work independently, a high regard for detail, and excellent analytical skills.
MPIUA's written representations during the two-year period following the fire that it would pay its appraised figure did not require a formal acceptance by Auburn. On October 5,the plaintiff's home was burglarized.
There is no evidence that MPIUA is responsible for placing the policy number on the financing statement. From the report of the judge, it does not appear that the plaintiff proved that MPIUA did anything to cause him reasonably to believe that Bay Colony was its agent.
The first issue is whether Auburn violated the policy requirement covering a proof of loss. Express authority.