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Where an attorney is purporting to execute on behalf of a number of principals, is it essential (as opposed to merely good practice) for there to be multiple execution blocks or is it sufficient for the attorney to execute once only but make it clear in the execution block that he/she is doing so as attorney for multiple principals?

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Published on LexisPSL on 29/06/2018

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  • Where an attorney is purporting to execute on behalf of a number of principals, is it essential (as opposed to merely good practice) for there to be multiple execution blocks or is it sufficient for the attorney to execute once only but make it clear in the execution block that he/she is doing so as attorney for multiple principals?

Where an attorney is purporting to execute on behalf of a number of principals, is it essential (as opposed to merely good practice) for there to be multiple execution blocks or is it sufficient for the attorney to execute once only but make it clear in the execution block that he/she is doing so as attorney for multiple principals?

An attorney who is an individual may execute a deed either by signing in their own name or in the name of the donor of the power.

A corporate attorney may execute under its own seal in the usual manner. If it has no seal or chooses not

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