Welcome to the Sub domain of Soldby.US, a sub domain complete with hosting, minor editing, upload of pictures can be rented for, from $12.00/ first year.
Our Corporation consist of Web designers, Web planners, Marketing Expert, Marketing Analysis Expert, Graphic Designers, Copy Writer. Everything you need to have your web presence under one-roof.
We came across this domain :SOLDBY.US, as our core business is renting of Unique Domain Names, we are targeting who is suitable for this name... some one selling some kind of product, property agency with a whole profile of houses, apartments sold. As this is the only domain in the world, the choice is really difficult to create a prototype model to market our ideas.
Racing through everyday in our web business, we came across people who do not know to get a website started. Maybe, in some eyes a website is expensive, and many other reasons.
Our finding on why people don't have a website.
- just started a business
- haven't found a web designer
- the last designer jammed up everything
- not ready yet
- cannot get a suitable domain name for my business
To find out more : 9343 5388 / 9004 1535
(If you have just visited this site, please be aware that this is a prototype, the price structure, the terms and conditions are still subjected to further changes.)
The law of agency is an area of commercial law dealing with a contractual or quasi-contractual, or non-contractual set of relationships when a person, called the agent, is authorized to act on behalf of another (called the principal) to create a legal relationship with a third party. Succinctly, it may be referred to as the relationship between a principal and an agent whereby the principal, expressly or impliedly, authorizes the agent to work under his control and on his behalf. The agent is, thus, required to negotiate on behalf of the principal or bring him and third parties into contractual relationship. This branch of law separates and regulates the relationships between:
- Agents and principals;
- Agents and the third parties with whom they deal on their principals' behalf; and
- Principals and the third parties when the agents purport to deal on their behalf.
The common law principle in operation is usually represented in the Latin phrase, qui facit per alium, facit per se, i.e. the one who acts through another, acts in his or her own interests and it is a parallel concept to vicarious liability and strict liability in which one person is held liable in criminal law or tort for the acts or omissions of another.