PP Signature?

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You can PP a signature when you sign a document on behalf of someone else. This is done by writting 'pp' before your name when signing the document. PP stands for 'per procurationem' and literally means 'on behalf of.'
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Per procurationem (by proxy)
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I thought the same as Goofy but have now looked it up. Apparently it comes from Latin per procurationem - 'through the agency of' - which in effect means 'by' so you should put it
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You sign your name as you can't be "on behalf of" if you sign someone elses name! But the 'pp' precedes the person you are signing for. For example: Yours sincerely Your
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You sign your name as you can't be "on behalf of" if you sign someone elses name! But the 'pp' precedes the person you are signing for. For example: Yours sincerely. Your
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_you_pp_a_signature_...
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