Here at Alvaro Blasco Solicitors we can draft a power of attorney to act on your behalf or in order to allow a third party appointed by you to do so.
A Powers of Attorney is a document signed by one person (usually called the ‘donor’) giving another person (usually called the ‘donee’ or the ‘attorney’) power to sign documents on the donor’s behalf and to do such things in relation to his or her affairs as are described specifically (a limited power) or generally (a general power) in the document.
If, for instance, you are buying, selling or mortgaging property in Spain, it may be convenient for you to give a Power of Attorney to your Spanish lawyer to deal with the transaction on your behalf. This will save you having to travel abroad to attend to formalities, and may help to smooth out any problems affecting the transaction generally. In most cases, you will be required to sign the Power of Attorney in front of a Notary Public.
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