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Kaushik   03 February 2016

Power of attorneyfor co-owned property

Dear Experts,

Is it possible for my mother, who is a senior citizen residing in Kolkata & incapable of travelling too much, to grant me her power of attorney to not only execute a duly stamped & registered leave & license agreement on her behalf to let out a property in Pune, which is co-owned by both of us, but to file an eviction suit against the tenant on her behalf, if the tenant refuses to vacate the property after the termination of the agreement, as well? Furthermore, how valid would such a Power of Attorney be legally?

Thanks,

Kaushik.

 



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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     03 February 2016

A general power of attorney is usually used to allow you to handle all of her affairs during a period of time when she is unable to do so.

jagannath magar   03 February 2016

Agreed with Rama Chary Rachakonda

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     04 February 2016

I agree with expert Sh. Rama Chary Rachakonda, Advocate.

PAO (registered) is valid during the life time of grantor, which may be for specific purpose or general.

Discuss with your lawyer..


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