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3.2.15 A delegate (also referred to as a proxy) is an intermediary that has been authorised to conduct a specified set or range of transactions on behalf of an e-
Government client. This might include, for example, an accountant or other professional acting on behalf of a specified person or organisation, a legal guardian, or a person acting under a power of attorney on behalf of a relative or patient.

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I wonder how far this will extend, eg a relative without power of attorney sorting things out for a loved one. Or a PA...The sensible starting point would be to explore how people behave now in helping each other out to do transactions with government.

Posted by William on 2007-02-14 16:17:02.
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