A letter of permission should include an address, state the purpose of the letter and give the permission. The letter must also contain a signature of the person giving permission and the date of the signing as well as any other pertinent information that may impact the situation.Continue Reading
A permission letter should start with the full name of the person whose permission in necessary, and then explain the purpose of the letter. For example, if a parent wishes to give permission to a neighbor to authorize medical care for her children, the letter must identify all parties and state the reason for the letter.
A permission letter should remain clear in its wording throughout and always use full names of any party. If a child's name is used, the letter must also state this. If writing a letter to give permission to a neighbor to care for a child, the writer must consent to this in the letter, and should identify the reasoning, activity and any other useful information.
Before closing the letter, the writer should date and sign the letter. Depending on the state where the writer resides, a witness to the signing is necessary. In some states, a permission letter signing may only occur in the presence of a notary.Learn more about Business Communications