When you submit a query, who is the primary? The agent or the agency? In other words given the situation of the agent reading full has moved house, does the query automatically go with the agent?
Generally queries go to the agent. Each agency has a different policy on whether querying one agent at an agency means you've queried them all.
Here at FPLM, you are welcome to query all the agents; we only ask that you do it one at a time. Thus, if you query me, and I am shortsighted enough to say no, then you can query Stephany Evans. If you query us both at the same time, it creates problems for you that you do NOT want to have.
If an agent reading a requested full has moved to a different agency, you're wise to email and ask if they're taking their requested manuscripts with them.
I don't know how other agencies work but here at FPLM, an agent's requests go with them.
If you don't hear back, assume the requested full has not made the move. You should of course keep querying until you get an offer.
Those of you wondering about the results from this weekend's writing contest: those will be posted tomorrow (Tuesday.) I got behind over the weekend.