Article 174. Consequences of limiting the authority to complete a transaction.
If the authority of the person to make a transaction is limited by the contract or the authority of the body of the legal entity - its constituent documents compared to how they are defined in the power of attorney, in the law or how they can be considered obvious from the environment in which the transaction is made, and when it is made or the body went beyond these limitations, the transaction may be recognized by the court as invalid upon the suit of the person in whose interests the restrictions are established, only in cases when it will be proved that the other party to the transaction knew Is should have known about these limitations.
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