Power of Attorney (POA)

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Power of Attorney (POA)

Through our notaries, we can have a power of attorney, the so-called Power of Attorney, discreetly issued for you and your company. We would also be happy to discuss your template in your language beforehand, or after agreement on the content by you or your lawyer/notary.

What is a Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney (POA), or a so-called Letter of Attorney, is a written authorization to represent another person in private matters, business or other legal matters or to act on their behalf. The person who authorizes the other person to act is the principal, grantor or donor (the Power of Attorney). The person authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some jurisdictions of customary law, the representative in fact.

In the past, the term "power of attorney" referred to a document signed with a seal, while a "letter" was a present document, meaning that it was simply signed by the parties, but today a power of attorney does not have to be signed with a seal. Some jurisdictions require powers of attorney to be notarized or witnessed, but others enforce a power of attorney as long as it is signed by the person giving the power of attorney.

We offer you the Power of Attorney with or without notary legalization on. Also, the Power of Attorney can be additionally certified with a Apostille be provided by the Supreme Court of the Seychelles.

If we are hired to do the nominee director for your offshore IBC company, the POA is already included in the costs.

An example of a Power of Attorney

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