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power of attorney for sale of immovable property


Is power of attorney required to be registered for sale of immovable property?

i.e. If the immovable property belongs to persons A and B and person A wishes to give PoA to B, is the PoA required to be registered?

If yes,

  1. From when is this required? i.e. has this law always been in place or is the law introduced in a particular year, say, 1998, 2010, etc?
  2. With whom does one need to legally register the PoA? Only sub-registrar or any notary agent or magistrate?

Thanking in anticipation of your response(s).

 

 
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Sale of Immovable property through POA is invalid.

 
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Thanks a lot for your response. 
Can I also please check, since when (year) is this invalid? 

 
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