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Brokers must have specific authorization from a client to purchase or sell securities on their behalf unless the broker and brokerage firm have been granted written authority to conduct discretionary trading on the client's behalf. If a broker fails to consult a client before purchasing or selling securities in a non-discretionary account, a claim for rescission, breach of contract or fraud may be possible.
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