Nataliya Volodymyrivna Ivashchenko
Power of attorney for representation of interests
Power of attorney for representation of interests is a written document issued by one person to another person for representation before third parties. The power of attorney must clearly define the legal actions to be taken by the representative, they must be legal, specific and feasible.
Mandatory documents for certification of any power of attorney are: passport and taxpayer identification number (TIN) and/or the power of attorney itself in case of verification; the passport is necessary in order to establish the person who applied for the performance of a notarial act; data of the representative are also required.
For certification power of attorney for representation of interests, the following documents are submitted to the notary: passport and taxpayer identification number (TIN) and data of the representative - passport and taxpayer identification number (TIN), place of registration, in certain cases, if the power of attorney is certified for representation in courts, indicate their status and membership in the bar the connection
In addition to the mandatory documents mentioned above, the notary may need other documents depending on the rights and obligations transferred as a result of such legal relationship.
The text of the document must indicate the place and date of its drafting (signature), surnames, first names, patronymics (full name of the legal entity), place of residence (location - for a legal entity) of the representative and authorized person, the positions they hold.
It is worth noting that the notary provides services not only for signing and legalizing the document, but can also draft a document with the points that are necessary in your case.
How to cancel a power of attorney?
The person who issued the power of attorney, with the exception of irrevocable power of attorney, can cancel it at any time. To do this, it is necessary to submit a statement of the appropriate content to the notary, while the person who issued the power of attorney and later canceled it must notify the representative, as well as third parties known to him, for the representation of whom the power of attorney was issued.