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    Signing of Letters

    What is the correct way to sign off a letter to a 'Sir'

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    Re: Signing of Letters

    It depends on the type of letter. Here are a few common closings:

    Kind regards,
    Yours sincerely,
    Yours respectfully,

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    Re: Signing of Letters

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    What is the correct way to sign off a letter to a 'Sir'

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    Hi There
    The normal rule is use Yours faithfully if you write Dear Sir/Madam

    or Yours Sincerely if you write to a named person ie Dear Mrs Brown

    If you are literally writing to say, Sir Michael Parkinson, you would use Yours sincerely

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