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Q. Power of attorney

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I want Power of attorney from my mother who stays in palwal how it can be done .pls tell me the procedure and fees . Details after appointment with you
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Shiv Chatterjee
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A. Hire someone to draft a general power of attorney or specific power of attorney as you wish. Notarize the same on a stamp paper of Rs. 500. We charge rs. 2000 for drafting the same.

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ANSUL BHUTA

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A. you have to get it grafted from one experienced lawyer and then it will be registered from the concerned authority at PALWAL and your mother has to remain present at the time of registration.
a detailed discussion will fructify for you

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Suneel Moudgil

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A. Find a local lawyer and tell him to draft a General Power of Attorney [GPA]. Such GPA shall be registered and signed by the appropriate authority.

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Shreyash Mohta

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A. Dear Sir,
You can get it in a simple way by approaching a local notary and get it notarized after writing the same on a Rs. 200/- stamp paper. You can have proforma online and get it changed as per your wish. If you want more stronger GPA then get it registered in the office of Sub-Registrar on a payment of nominal stamp duty.

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A. U can do it but Ur mother must be present at the time of registration in register office

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Rameshwar Dadhe

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A. Dear client,
You can take the general power of attorney from your mother.the GPA must be registered before the appropriate authority as per the jurisdiction where the property situated.as per the govt valuation of the property the GPA valuation fixed.so its better to consult a lawyer in your jurisdiction and through that lawyer prepared a draft of GPA first as per your terms and condition then registered it.

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Bisweswari Mohanty

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