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N KANNAN (MANAGER)     09 June 2010

power of attorney

Can anybody explain how a power of attorney can be revoked without notice. Is it possible even without notice to the holder. Any judgement in this.

Kannan



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SRIKANTH MYLAVARAPU (SENIOR OFFICER (LEGAL))     09 June 2010

sir,

as per my knowledge notice is required for canceling the power of attoney to the holder and to the public

Basavaraj (Asst, Manager-Legal)     09 June 2010

Dear Mr.Kanann,

 

Your need to disclose the averments of your POA, for which purpose was executed, is there any condition to revoke POA? Or is there any time limit for POA?.

 

Legally all POA shall be revoked by serving the notice and publishing it in news papers.

 

For further feed back let us know the full details of POA.   

N KANNAN (MANAGER)     09 June 2010

I came across a SEBI circular on Depository Participant

N KANNAN (MANAGER)     09 June 2010

I came across a SEBI circular like that.

G. ARAVINTHAN (Legal Consultant / Solicitor)     14 June 2010

It is an unilateral deed and can be done without notice to the holder


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