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    acting on someone's behalf

    hi fellows,

    just editing a lease agreement between two signatory powers and was wondering what the correct formal phrase structure of someone acting on behalf should be.

    Leasor
    Name: Peter Nagy
    Address: Prague, .........
    .................

    represented by John Raven with the power of attorney(???)


    is the phrase structure in the bold ok?

    thanks

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    Re: acting on someone's behalf

    Quote Originally Posted by jirikoo View Post
    hi fellows,

    just editing a lease agreement between two signatory powers and was wondering what the correct formal phrase structure of someone acting on behalf should be.

    Leasor
    Name: Peter Nagy
    Address: Prague, .........
    .................

    represented by John Raven with the power of attorney(???)


    is the phrase structure in the bold ok?

    thanks
    <Not a lawyer>
    Power of attorney is a legal document which gives someone the authority to act on your behalf. Your phrase seems to be ok, but I would omit the.

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