Authorization or Power of Attorney
You can authorize a person (such as your spouse or an accountant) to represent you or obtain information on your behalf. If you want us to give information concerning your income tax return to a designated person, you can:
- use the online service in My Account for individuals for granting an authorization or a power of attorney;
- complete and sign form MR-69-V, Authorization to Communicate Information or Power of Attorney;
- send us a handwritten letter granting an authorization or power of attorney.
Note that an individual can also act on someone else's behalf in the following situations:
- The individual has one of the following legal documents:
- a succession document
- a notarial act
- a homologated incapacity mandate
- The individual acts under the legal mechanism known as protective supervision.
Authorizations and powers of attorney are valid indefinitely, unless you specify an end date.
You can also view the authorizations or the powers of attorney you have granted in My Account.
If you want to revoke an authorization or power of attorney, you can: