What Is a Letter of Direction?

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A letter of direction is similar to a letter of assignment, and is used to entrust specific rights and privileges to a person in written form. For instance, it is used by an executor as proof documentation to control a deceased person's estate or can be a power of attorney over a savings account. A lawyer often handles most of the affairs, but a good administrator only needs minimal direction from their lawyer, and the most common letter of direction is written by an executor, who then signs the letter before a qualified guarantor i.e a notary.
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