mandatary

noun
man·​da·​tary | \ ˈman-də-ˌter-ē \
plural mandataries

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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mandatary

noun
man·​da·​tary | \ ˈman-də-ˌter-ē \
plural mandataries

Legal Definition of mandatary

: a person to whom the power to transact business for another under a mandate is given

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