In order to establish that apparent/ostensible authority exists, a number of factors need to be established. Which of the following is not one of the factors that must be established?
Group of answer choices
That the principal acted in a way that suggests to the third party that the agent had authority to behave as they did.
That the agent would normally have authority to do the act in question.
That the third party with whom the agent has had dealings was unaware that the agent was not authorised to behave as they did.
That the third party relied on an impression created by the principal that the agent had authority to act as they did.