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    consent (as a noun) + to/for

    Dear all,I would only like to know whether it is correct to use consent (noun) with both to and for and if there is a difference in meaning:their consent to the appointment of..their consent for the appointment of..Thanks!

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    Re: consent (as a noun) + to/for

    Both are used. Soemtimes, only one; for example, you get planning consent for a building. However, in many cases either can be used.

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