duly authorised on behalf of

  • Moon Palace

    Senior Member
    Now, if 'on behalf of' means that the signatory is not the man on whose behalf the letter / contract is drafted, then there is also 'par ordre (de)' which means the person who signs has been ordered to do so by the company / drafter of the letter / contract.


    Senior Member
    UK - English
    It sounds like the common phrasing at the end of a legal document where someone signs on behalf of the company, "duly authorised" meaning that he has the authority to sign and agree to contracts etc on behalf of the company.
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