An Power of Attorney
(POA), or a so-called Letter of Attorney is a power of attorney and written authorization to represent or act on behalf of another person in private affairs, business, or other legal matters. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor or donor (of the power of attorney). The person authorized to act is the agent, attorney-in-fact, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact.
In the past, the term "power of attorney" referred to a document signed under 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 under 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 principal.
We offer you the Power of Attorney with or without notarial certification an. Also, the Power of Attorney after certification can be additionally accompanied by a Apostille by the Seychelles High Court.
In the case of an assignment that we nominee director for your offshore IBC company, the POA is already included in the cost.