A being agent for a landed proprietor agrees for money without knowledge of his principal...

A being agent for a landed proprietor agrees for money without knowledge of his principal, to obtain for B a lease of land belonging to his principal. State the nature of consideration.

- This is unlawful consideration as it implies a fraud by concealment by A on his principal and agreement between A and B is void.

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