Civil Code

And to give power of attorney may also be addressed to several persons, who may act jointly or individually. It is necessary to give some clarification, because it is a power of attorney issued by a few individuals, very often made mistakes, do not allow proxies in certain situations, to act on behalf of the trustee. So, if to the principal requires that trustees act together, the text they are proxy (proxies) must be separated by the conjunction "and." If the trustee gives the right to act on behalf of each of the trustees of separately, then the attorney in the text of trustees must be separated by "or." In practice, the notary in the text of a power of attorney often write "… and (or) …" if there is no specific guidance on the principal's actions trustees together. For the purposes of attorney trustee must personally perform the actions for which it is authorized.

However, under certain conditions it may entrust another person to commit a way of transfer. This is possible if, first, a representative directly authorized by the power of attorney issued to him (it is written the phrase: "The power of attorney granted to the right of substitution"), and, secondly, if the representative forced to do so by force of circumstances to protect the interests of the sending (parts 1, Art. 187 Civil Code). As stated earlier, power of attorney issued by way of transfer must be notarized (Part 3. 187 Civil Code). A representative handed his powers to another person, without fail should notify your principal and provide information about the person, who transferred certain powers.

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| November 1st, 2011 | Posted in General |

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