If I am authorised to sign a letter on someone else's behalf what do I write?

(after my signature and before their name?)

it should be some sort of abbreviation, something like p.s.

can anyone help??
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  • pp = per procurationem (A Latin phrase meaning that you are signing the letter on somebody else's behalf; if they are not there to sign it themselves, etc)

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per procurationem

Secretary's Signature President's Name

President's Name p.p. Secretary's Signature
Commonly in practice, an alternative form is used:
Secretary's Signature p.p. President's Name

thank you very much, that was very helpful
there name by your name his/her attornry in fact.

this is if you hold power of attorney
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How to you do this when the letter is sent via email and you don't have electronic signature.
you dont sign emails! so the point is mute
I think you mean 'moot'.
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Yet there are some points that I think should be 'mute'.

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