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Jagadeesh   08 May 2016

Power of attorney

Dear Sir,

I am residing in Dubai, UAE. we have a ancestral property in tamilnadu on my father's name. My father wants to sell it. I want to give my PoA to my father, so that she can sell the property in tamilnadu, while i am in dubai. My question is.

1)  If i get the printed copy of PoA on blank paper notarized from a public notary is sufficiant? Or shall this be on stamped paper & notarized? should this PoA be sent to Indian consulate for attestation as well?


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laxmi kant joshi (instructor)     08 May 2016

Power of attorney should be made on requisite stamped paper duly attested by notary, send it through Indian embassy office .
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adv.raghavan (Advocate,9444674980)     08 May 2016

It can be done in plain paper also and it has  to be notorised there(dubai) and IT SHOULD BE  ADJUDICATED in /chennai/tamilnadu to have proper validity. 

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Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 May 2016

The author has adequately been advised.

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Jagadeesh   06 June 2018

Dear All...

Thanks for the advice!!

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