How to write an Authorization Letter?
Important suggestions to follow when writing an authorization letter:
- Keep the letter precise and short: the longer the letter, the more it potentially contains irrelevant information.
- Specify the duties of the responsible person: be specific and unambiguous about the duties granted to the person.
- Provide time duration and dates of authorization: write the duration, the start and end date of this authorization to avoid issues and misconceptions.
- Provide proper reason for authorization: provide specific reasons for authorization and avoid any sort of ambiguities, like illness, being abroad ,etc.
- Write if there are some sort of restrictions: there can be conditions or certain areas about which you do not want to provide authorization to the person.
- End the letter with a proper conclusion: Make sure to leave some space to add the signature on the hardcopy letter or maybe scan your signature and insert them in the document.