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Brexit: Poder on!

31/01/2020

A Power of At­tor­ney (in Spanish referred to as a "Poder") can be given to one or two per­sons, for ex­ample, mean­ing that if one per­son can­not at­tend the sign­ing for a prop­erty, the second per­son can go in their place and both rep­res­ent the ori­ginal Buyer/​Seller. The POA is executed in the presence of a Not­ary as a deed and is often pro­duced in both Span­ish and English so that both the donor and the Notary understand the document. A POA can be ar­ranged with an ex­piry date, and after this date the doc­u­ment be­comes in­valid. This means that the per­son hold­ing the power under the POA can only trans­act on be­half of the in­di­vidual for a lim­ited period. If the POA is gran­ted for an in­def­in­ite period of time, the donor can sign deed of revocation to reoke the power given to the attorney.

A Power of At­tor­ney (in Spanish referred to as a "Poder") can be given to one or two per­sons, for ex­ample, mean­ing that if one per­son can­not at­tend the sign­ing for a prop­erty, the second per­son can go in their place and both rep­res­ent the ori­ginal Buyer/​Seller. The POA is executed in the presence of a Not­ary as a deed and is often pro­duced in both Span­ish and English so that both the donor and the Notary understand the document. A POA can be ar­ranged with an ex­piry date, and after this date the doc­u­ment be­comes in­valid. This means that the per­son hold­ing the power under the POA can only trans­act on be­half of the in­di­vidual for a lim­ited period. If the POA is gran­ted for an in­def­in­ite period of time, the donor can sign deed of revocation to reoke the power given to the attorney.

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