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I am not a teacher.
I am authorizing someone, suppose Jack, to give a document to someone on my behalf,and get it stamped for example,and collect it.
which introductory/authorization sentence is correct.
1-I hereby authorize Jack to deliver and collect the document TO and FROM you.
2-I hereby authorize Jack to deliver the document TO you and collect it FROM you.
Thank you for your advice.
Thank you bhaisahab.
Would you please tell me the first sentence is wrong or just odd?.
Can the first "you" be omitted in the second sentence?