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Mugundhan (Lawyer)     13 September 2010

Power of attorney

Is the legal maxim " Delegatus Non Potest Delegare" ie a delegate cannot delegate his powers applicable to a Power of Attorney? Whether a POA holder can give power to another person?


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Vinoba (Advocate)     13 September 2010


It is applicable for Power of Attorney also.

L. Vinoba



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G. ARAVINTHAN (Legal Consultant / Solicitor)     13 September 2010

The meaning of the maxim you posted is  "A delegated authority cannot be again delegated."

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amrutharaju (lawyer)     14 September 2010


jitender pawaria (Advocate)     05 February 2011

tanent gives power of attoreny to another person andthe same was registerd before the sub registrar and issued affidavit for not cacelation of GPA can tenat able to cancel GPA and also issued the recipt inpresence of attesting witnessess

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