Power of Attorney apostille is a kind of legalization that comes under commercial or personal documents. Apostille is beneficial. It shows that your Power of Attorney is accurate and genuine, allowing in the nation. With this Apostille stamp, Power of Attorney becomes recognised by another country's External Ministry.
What is apostille POA?
An apostille is a form of authentication accepted by all countries that are members of the Hague Convention of 1961. If your destination country is not a member, then you must have the PoA legalized through that country's Embassy or Consulate.
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The Power of Attorney apostille is an adequate legal procedure and a vital part of the Hague member nations’ legalisation process. Power of Attorney apostille is a kind of legalisation that comes under commercial or personal documents. Apostille is beneficial. It shows that your Power of Attorney is accurate and genuine, allowing in the nation. With this Apostille stamp, Power of Attorney becomes recognised by another country’s External Ministry. A power of attorney is an official statement that entitles you to designate a person or company to handle your investments, financial, healthcare or company affairs if you become incapable of doing so. There are many kinds of POA such as General Power of attorney, Special Power of attorney etc… and each has a unique purpose. Apostille stamp is a report which displays a judgment about the authenticity of a Power of Attorney. This process will accredit the legitimacy of your Power of Attorney .
Step 1: Creating the Power of Attorney
The first step to getting a Power of Attorney to be valid for use in India is to make certain to draft a Power of Attorney according to the requirement of the foreign accepting agency. POAs can be self-prepared or by an attorney. Powers of Attorney for India are usually prepared in India on “stamped” paper, usually on green paper, and include revenue stamps from India.
Step 2: Notarizing the Power of Attorney
The next step is to have the document signatory sign the Power of Attorney in the presence of a Notary Public. The Notary Public, who is commissioned by the Secretary of State, will log the signatory ID and signature in his/her notary journal.
Step 3: Apostille Power of Attorney for use in India
The Apostille Convention is The 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Embassy Legalization of Foreign Documents, or the Apostille Treaty is an international treaty drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. In short, the Apostille certificate verifies the Notary Public is in good standing.
Do you need to apostille a Power of Attorney – POA?
A power of attorney signed and notarized must be apostilled by the MEA Ministry of External Affairs.
Countries who are members of the Hague Apostille Convention will receive an apostille, while countries who are not members will receive State certification. For countries who are not members, your documents will also require Embassy or Consulate legalization.
We recommend that a power of attorney be drafted by a professional from the country requesting it. For example, if you need a power of attorney , we recommend that an attorney should draft the power of attorney. This helps eliminate potential errors and redo’s.
If your power of attorney is written in a foreign language (Example: Polish), an English translation may be required. Most States will accept a document written in a foreign language as long as the document has been signed and notarized with proper English notarial wording.
We recommend that you contact us before mailing in your documents in order to avoid any delays or additional cost. Some States will also require Notary Public, SDM Subdivisional Magistrate Attestation / COC-Chamber of Commerce , authentication seal and signature prior to the apostille.
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