dual agent

dual agent

One who is simultaneously and independently employed by two or more intelligence agencies, covering targets for both.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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(5,6) Advantages of this approach compared with dual agent therapy include simplification of care and minimization of AEs.
Another is a dual agent, who supposedly represents the interest of both sides in the same transaction.
* Obtain written consent of the buyer that the buyer is consenting to use of a dual agent; (30)
He most recently worked at Oxford Property Group and has established himself as a successful dual agent, representing both landlords and tenants.
Their firefighting system includes a 3,000-US gallon water tank, a 420-gallon foam cell, and a 5501b dry chemical system for dual agent fire suppression capabilities.
The trial court denied Mountain City's motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict, holding that Elite was acting as the agent of Mountain City or as a dual agent for both Auto-Owners and the dealerships when it submitted the application for insurance coverage.
While there are certain advantages of having one less intermediary involved in a sale, the job of dual agent comes with its own set of difficulties, awkwardness and questions of loyalty.
The Ballen Group who has been recently recognized for top achievements in Listings, Production, and marketing has quickly grown from a dual agent operation to a large team of top producing talent.
"What ends up happening is the agent legally has to say, 'I'm sorry, I'm a dual agent so I can write the offer but I can't give you any advice as to what to offer.'" Since the agent can't advocate for you or the seller, "you're actually on your own," Miller says.
(19) lok run-3SG/NPT 'He runs.' (20) lok-[c.sup.h]i 3-go-DLS 'They run.' The agent role of the third person singular is implied by the presence of only one overt person affix in the transitive conjugation as in (21), (22) and (23) but the agent role of the third person dual is indicated by the dual agent morpheme <-ch> in the transitive verb form as in (24).