Subregistrar requires presenting original and a true copy to register a power of attorney. Can person just make a photocopy and self attest it, or is something more official required to make it a "true copy"?
H.JanakiManohar Rao (lawyer) 05 January 2022
Aarushi 05 January 2022
True Copy is a replica of an original primary document. It is the same as certified copy and notarised copy and has to be certified by a notary. The presence of a true copy does not mean that the original document is authentic. It only signifies that the copy is a true copy of what the original document is.
Thus, to solve your query, I would say to get your photocopy notarised in order to make it a "True Copy". I hope I was able to answer your question. Please feel free to put up any follow up questions in case of doubts.