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Im afraid the simple answer is no she can't, either as a partner, director or shareholder. Your dad needs to do an EPA now. As far as being a director and partner is concerned you need to get advice as an EPA may not solve the problem.snowtree said:my dad is the partner in our family business, the director of a ltd company and the owner of stocks and shares.....my mum reckons because she is his wife she can sign for him...i dont think so whats your opinion?
I don't think merely being someone's spouse gives you the right to "sign for them". For example, if your dad has a bank account in his name only, your mum would not have any right to operate it, merely because she is his wife. That could only happen if the account was a joint one between them, or if his wife was registred attorney.snowtree said:my dad is the partner in our family business, the director of a ltd company and the owner of stocks and shares.....my mum reckons because she is his wife she can sign for him...i dont think so whats your opinion?