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How do I use a mandate specifier?

You can use a mandate specifier to limit or target the powers of the mandate to apply, for example, only to a certain property, a client company or its department. Each e-service that uses e-Authorizations itself determines whether they use specifiers in their services.

Only use the specifier when you have received more detailed instructions on the e-service in which the mandate is to be used. The use of a specifier is not compulsory, and you may grant a mandate without one. A mandate granted without a specifier does not restrict the scope of transactions that can be performed by the assignee (e.g., an individual accountant may act on behalf of all accounting firm's customers).

A mandate specifier may be available

  • for a mandate for transactions: for example, a property ID may be used to limit the mandate to a certain property
  • with the right to create a mandate: for example, a sub-organisation ID may be used to restrict the right to grant a mandate to certain units or departments in an organisation 
  • with a mandate to represent: for example, a customer ID may be used to restrict the mandate to represent a certain customer only.

Updated: 8/12/2022