In behalf vs. On behalf

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Hi there! I've always been confused with these two (in behalf and on behalf). If I'm trying to say that I speak for my group, do I say "in behalf of my group" or "on behalf of my group"? Also, if both phrases are correct, when do we use "in" and when do we use "on"? Thanks a bunch!

in behalf on asked Apr 09 '13 at 10:47 Hannah Faith New member

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"On behalf" is correct.  "In behalf" is never correct.

link answered Apr 09 '13 at 16:00 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

In the behalf means for the benefit of.

SanjayApr 10 '13 at 16:36

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