Situations may arise in which you need someone to act on your behalf in a legal capacity. This can often necessitate the use of a power of attorney. When issuing a power of attorney to an overseas agent you may be asked to get an apostille to ensure the document is legally recognised in the country it is being presented. The Power of Attorney is signed in the presence of a Notary Public who will attest to your signature on the document and identity.
The notary should witness your signature, add a statement confirming why they are certifying this and also date the certification.
Documents of this nature are often used when dealing with the purchase or sale of an overseas property, managing the estate, acting on behalf of a company internationally and for many other general purposes. For guidance on the legalisation or apostille of a power of attorney please contact us.Submit Online Quotation Form to get quotation for the Notarisation and Legalisation of your Power of Attorney.Get a QuotationNotary CostsWhat is a Notary Public?WhatsApp - Talk to Us