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Subbareddy   01 April 2017

Power of autorney given from usa

One lady working in USA has given power of autorney to her mother, for selling and develop the property belong to her and attend the court and legal maters. The power of autorney written on white paper and duly attested by notery in USA. Witness given by americans, there is no date on the pages and the signatory is available on the last page only. And the power of autorney is not attested by any Indian authorities. Based on the above powe of autorney, mother sold theland lelong to the daughter staying in USA. Suggest whether the sale is valid or not, and can she attend the court on behalf of her daughter and can give evidencebin the court. Regards, Subba reddy


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Kishor Mehta (CEO)     01 April 2017

The power of attorney has to be on requisite value stamp paper and attested by the Indian Embassy officials at USA. Good luck, Kishor Mehta

Majeed KM (Lawyer)     01 April 2017

Dear Mr. Subba reddy,

Power of attorney should be attested by the Indian Embassy in USA and thereafter legalised by the Minsitry of  Foreign Affaires. Then only it would be a legally valid document. If there is no such attestaition, you can object the sale before the court.





Kumar Doab (FIN)     01 April 2017

Agreeing with above advices.

Show the PoA to a very able counsel specializing in such/property/civil matters.


V.Govindaradjou (Advocate)     04 April 2017

Power of attorney deed executed in foreign countries should be attested by Indian Embassy and the same should be legalised within 30 days, otherwise, the document will be construed to invalid.

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