Who Can Apply on Behalf of a Registered Owner

You may apply for the home owner grant on behalf of a registered owner if you:

You’ll need to submit proof of your authorization with the grant application. If you included proof with a previous year’s application, you don’t need to include it again, provided the circumstances remain the same.

Power of Attorney

You can sign the home owner grant application on behalf of a registered owner so they can claim the grant if they have appointed you as their Power of Attorney.

Submit a copy of your Power of Attorney document with your grant application.

If you don’t have a Power of Attorney document, complete and submit the home owner grant Power of Attorney (FIN 80) (PDF).

Representation Agreement

You can sign the home owner grant application on behalf of a registered owner so they can claim the grant if they have made you their representative under the Representation Agreement Act and you’re authorized to make decisions about their financial affairs or assets.

Submit a copy of your representation agreement with your grant application.

Court Appointed Committee

You can sign the home owner grant application on behalf of a registered owner so they can claim the grant if you have been appointed Committee by the Courts.

Submit a copy of the court order with the grant application.

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Have a Question?

If you have any questions about whether or not you can sign the grant application, contact your municipality or the province if the property is in a rural area.

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