Power of attorney and serving papers.

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Emma & Tony
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Hello,

I read somewhere that any notices served to a tenant must be made in person by the landlord, or can be posted through the letterbox before 5pm so long as you have a witness with you.

My question is this, we are moving to Australia and giving my father power of attorney to sign tenancy agreements and any other legal paperwork to do with the house let. With the power of attorney, could my father serve notices on our behalf? Or, would we actually have to fly back from Australia if need be?

Thanks.

09/08/2007 00:00

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