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    If my name is Mary Smith and I'm signing a letter on behalf of John Brown (who has written the letter and whose name is at the bottom), do I sign
    Mary Smith pp John Brown
    pp John Brown
    pp Mary Smith
    or something entirely different?

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    From Wikipedia,

    Per procurationem (p.p.): Through the agency (of) — used to indicate that a person is signing a document on behalf of another person (correctly placed before the name of the person signing, but often placed before the name of the person on whose behalf the document is signed, sometimes through incorrect translation of the alternative abbreviation "per pro." as "for and on behalf of").

    p.p. Mary Smith <signing on behalf of John Brown>

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    Default Re: Liz

    Additionally,

    Per procurationem means, 'by agency'; by agent or proxy.

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