Can an agent witness a licence agreement?

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    Can an agent witness a licence agreement?

    I am about to let rooms in my home on a Licence as it will remain my principle home, but I will be away for a period of time; using a relative and a friend as my agents whilst I'm out of the country.
    Could anyone please tell me whether or not I would be best to avoid using either of them as witnesses to the Agreement?
    Just a small point, and I trust all will run smoothly so that the issue will never arise but would be most grateful if anyone has the answer. Thank you.

    #2
    I'm sorry; very silly of me. In my panic I was looking at the Agreement used in Scotland. No witnesses required for England and Wales. As you were.

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