English version

act for somebody/act on somebody’s behalf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishact for somebody/act on somebody’s behalfact for somebody/act on somebody’s behalfREPRESENTSCLto represent someone, especially in a court of law or by doing business for them Makin, a solicitor, is acting for the young people in their case against the county council. I am acting on behalf of the bank. acting1 act
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