What Is a Letter of Authority?

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A letter of authority is a letter that an individual writes to an institution or person to authorise a third party to conduct business on their behalf. Letters of authority are applicable in all sectors including in the post office, investment banks and schools. It legally allows access to information and resources meant for one person to be handled by another person.
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