L out of Country, Can daughter/third party represent L for a new Let

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    L out of Country, Can daughter/third party represent L for a new Let

    L is out of the country (temporarily 3months)
    A new T is interested in property, can daughter of L act as an agent on behalf of the L?

    In contract sign as agent but provide both agents and L's address (which are the same)?

    As far as I can tell - its not mandatory for an agent to setup show without joining a body of some sort so L's daughter could act as an agent?

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    Originally posted by Cipher View Post
    L is out of the country (temporarily 3months)
    A new T is interested in property, can daughter of L act as an agent on behalf of the L?

    In contract sign as agent but provide both agents and L's address (which are the same)?

    As far as I can tell - its not mandatory for an agent to setup show without joining a body of some sort so L's daughter could act as an agent?
    She can sign on behalf of the landlord if she has permission.

    Make sure the tenancy agreement states (on behalf) to avoid confusion.
    Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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      The Letting Agreement should read something like "Mr A Father (per pro D. Aughter as agent only)", to avoid personal liability.
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