NOTARIZED power of attorney is sufficient to sell or lease some property by registry?or the power of attorney has to be registered ?
Suchitra. S (Advocate) 12 February 2010
POA has to be registered. You cannot get it done through Notery.
adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate) 12 February 2010
If the POA is executed in the name of blood relatives hen registration is not necessary, otherwise it is mandatory
Suchitra. S (Advocate) 13 February 2010
Thanks for correcting me Rajeev ji and Krishna ji.. :)
Saikat (B Tech) 13 February 2010
here the POA is supposed to be gives to own brother and it ll be used to lease the property and not for sale.so I can get it notarized?there ll not be any problem na?I ll get the lease registered.
What is the maximum limit of giving lease in terms of years?999 (nine hundred ninty-nine ) years lease is possible?