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I need to sign a tenancy agreent for a three bed room house in a couple of days. My family includes my wife , three young children and myself. Except me all of them are on holidays abroad  till end of July. In the tenacy agreement I’m the sole teneant and wife is the licensee. 

Letting agent informed us that we both should be present in their office to sign document. As my wife is currently unavaiable, can you please advise me how can I sort out this matter. Can I request agent to accept the scanned signed document from my wife who is currently aborad. 

Looking forward to your immediate reply. Thank you in advance.

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Hi San,

Usually a scanned (or even a faxed) signed document can be readily accepted- the signature just has to be witnessed by a thirs party (e.g. the hotel manager).

Not difficult the agent should easily be able to arrange this.

Hope this helps.

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