Unless there is a note by the deceased (while alive) with a date and signature on it giving that person permission to handle their financial affairs as they see fit, then it's illegal! The only way this is really legal is if the person was made Power of Attorney which gives them the right to pay bills for the person that is ill; food shopping, cloth shopping, etc. By law, they should keep all receipts and do some basic bookkeeping to show where the money is being spent and what is coming in such as "Disability, Pension checks, etc.," and what is being paid out such as electricity, water, credit cards, telephone, etc. If you feel this relative scammed the family then I suggest you see a lawyer ASAP! If you feel the person is trustworthy and just doing a good deed and didn't realize they should have had a Power of Attorney, then let it go. Before accusing a relative of stealing from the person, look at the credit card statements and see if they spent money on the person involved, or they simply went wild and spent it on themselves. If the latter is true then the credit card statements are proof and you can take them to court and make them accountable. Marcy
The balance of an account is the cash that is in it at any given time. It may be a positive or, if you have been given permission, negative amount.
You are not supposed to sign anyone else's name other than your own unless under written agreement.
Manjinder Singh Bains has written: 'Value of the Pound Sterling relative to other currencies and its effect on exports, imports and the balance ofpayments'
Sentences are case specific. Talk to your attorney.
NO!!!!!! The only way they can is by written permission or verbal permission..
Charter - written permission to form a colony (this is the definition in my social studies book)
Written permission of the copyright holder is not required in these instances.
Permission = ethen ( in Arabic ). and it is written this way : اذن
No you do not need written permission if you have full custody of the child
Why would you need to give someone written permission to drive? You would first have to add the person to your insurance as a driver. Giving them written permission doesn't change this requirement.
Jean Weiller has written: 'La Balance des paiements' -- subject(s): Balance of payments, Balance des paiements
No you don't. Simple oral permission will suffice.
A coefficient is written in front of a formula to balance a chemical equation.
Tom Drinkwater has written: 'A guide to the balance of payments' -- subject(s): Balance of payments
Homer has written: 'Signing off' -- subject(s): Humor, Personal Names
Erling Strudsholm has written: 'Relative situazionali in italiano moderno' -- subject(s): Italian language, Relative clauses
Loss is written in the assest side of a balance sheet because my nipples are aching.
It is a written permission letter from the land owner allowing the holder of the slip to tresspass on private property
The verb related to the noun permission is to permit (to allow), i.e. to permit someone to do something is to give permission. The word permit is also used as a noun meaning a written permission or other authorization.
You should always obtain written permission before posting anyone's picture or likeness on any website or blog. If written permission is given in E-mail, make sure you print it out and save the paper copy.
Steve Orlen has written: 'A place at the table' 'Permission to speak'