Tenancy Types and Management

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
13 years ago
The person abroad can authorise someone to sign on her behalf. You have to make sure she really has authorised that. The authority can come from her email address, a faxed letter with a copy of her passport or any other means that satisfies you. When she does move in make sure she collects the keys from you and then signs the agreement agains
Dave A

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