Article 182. Representation.
1. A transaction concluded by one person (representative) on behalf of another person (represented) by virtue of authority based on a power of attorney, specifying a law or an act of an authorized state or local government body directly creates, modifies and terminates civil rights and obligations of the represented . The authority may also be apparent from the environment in which the representative operates (retail seller, cashier, etc.). 2. Are not representatives of persons acting even in the interests of others, but on their own behalf (commercial intermediaries, insolvency administrators in bankruptcy, executors for inheritance, etc.), as well as persons authorized to enter into negotiations for possible future deals. 3. A representative may not conduct transactions on behalf of the person being represented in relation to himself. He cannot also conduct such transactions in relation to another person, of which he is a representative at the same time, except in cases of commercial representation. 4. It is not allowed to make a transaction through a representative, which by its nature can be made only in person, as well as other transactions specified in the law.
References to other articles of chapter 10. Representation. Power of attorney: