Article 646 of Commercial Act: Legal Effects of Facts Known to Agents

Article 646 (Legal Effects of Facts Known to Agents)  

If an insurance contract has been concluded through an agent, the principal is deemed to have been aware of the facts which the agent knew.


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[Original]

제646조(대리인이 안 것의 효과)

대리인에 의하여 보험계약을 체결한 경우에 대리인이 안 사유는 그 본인이 안 것과 동일한 것으로 한다.


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[Attorney's Notes] Insurance agents are usually the people that directly contact and interact with customers. An insurance agent is deemed to have power of attorney in respect of concluding a contract or its renewal, termination, receiving insurance premiums, and so on relating to the insurance agreement. The powers of the insurance agent are listed in Article 646-2 of Commercial Act.

 

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