Power of attorney

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We are three siblings. After my father's demise, we got the property records (i.e RTC)   transferred in our three names jointly.The property is  located in native place (Mangalore) Karnataka. I want to give POA to my brother to represent me at the government office, so that he can get the land sub-divided/measured and  mutate my portion of the property in my name.

Does the power of attorney need to be registered or can it just be notarized?  Should it be a specific POA or general POA?

If the POA needs to be registered, then can I do the registration of the POA where I am situated?

 
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Lawyer in Hyderabad.wats app no.9989324294

 General Power of Attorney (GPA)  The agent has the right to carry out all legal activities on the behalf of the principal without any restricting to a particular act or transaction  It grants broad powers to the agent to make decisions  Special Power of Attorney (SPA)  This is a restricted service, where the agent is given authority to certain or specific legal activities. These activities are defined in the document  The agent’s power of attorney ceases on the completion of the transaction(s)
 

 
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I suggest u make SPA to your brother where this legal task should mention clearly
 
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I suggest u make SPA to your brother where this legal task should mention clearly
 
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I suggest u make SPA to your brother where this legal task should mention clearly
 
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In the above mentioned situation is it necessary that the special POA or general POA need to be registered to effectuate the transaction?
 
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