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Audry Fernandes (nil)     15 May 2010

Power of Attorney legal/valid

In a joint power of attorney for sale of immoveable property, is it valid if

1 one party has not yet signed

2. Or one party accepts money from the attorney w/o the knowledge of others does it become binding on all

3. Have the persons giving the POA to sign before the notary

4. Is registration mandatory

Please help 

 

Thanks



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Adv. Gulammayudin A. Gagdani (LEGAL ADVISOR)     15 May 2010

In a joint power of attorney for sale of immoveable property, is it valid if

1 one party has not yet signed: both parties have ti sign it to have valid legal implications

2. Or one party accepts money from the attorney w/o the knowledge of others does it become binding on all:if on accepts money from attorney then it is completely binding on all.(by the way your question is attorney on behalf of all have given money right)

3. Have the persons giving the POA to sign before the notary: it is better for person giving poa to sign before notary as without that notary will not register it. 

4. Is registration mandatory: yes to avoi furthe legal complication and validity of poa it is mandatory to register poa then only it becomes valid.

Regards

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Audry Fernandes (nil)     15 May 2010

This POA was by multiple persons and only one has not signed.

If one person has not signed and another has taken money is it a valid POA.

Thank you and regards

ashok kumar (advocate)     31 May 2010

WHETHER A NOTARY POWER OF ATTORNY REGARDING PAIRVEE OF GIVEN TO ALAW GRADUATE IS VALID ? AND WHETHER THAT LAW GRADUATE IS ELIGIBLE TO ARGUE THE CASES AND TO LOOK AFTER THE SAME

Adv. Gulammayudin A. Gagdani (LEGAL ADVISOR)     01 June 2010

it is given by whom matters, but so far as law graduate is concerned he cannot argue in court of law as an advocate.

m.kupparaju (Advocate)     04 June 2010

Dear Audry Fernandes,

1.  In Joint power of Attorney for sale of immovable property all the parties (Principal) signatures is compulsory.

2.Acceptance of all the parties (Principal) is necessary, then only it will be binding.

3.Persons giving POA should be present before Notary for affixing their signatures.

4. Especially for sale of an immovable property registration of POA is mandatory.

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