Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal written document that gives the power to one individual to act on behalf of the other to execute business or personal functions. There are two types of Power of Attorney – Company Power of Attorney and Personal Power of Attorney. For the Power of Attorney to consider it legal, the concerned POA must be duly attested. We MSZ corporate services provider offer complete assistance for the Power of Attorney Attestation from the UAE authorities.
Time frame and cost
Our expert team strives hard to guarantee that the attestation procedure is completed within the assured timeframe. For the two types of Power of Attorney document mentioned above – Commercial and Personal. Personal Power of Attorney attestations cost lower than the Commercial Power of Attorney. To know the exact rates, contact our experts.
Documents required for POA attestation
- Power of Attorney original
- Identity documents original
- Residence proof
- List of partner’s name
Rejection of Power of Attorney
There are numerous circumstances, under which the embassy may decide to reject your Power of Attorney. The reason for rejection of your Power of Attorney will be shared upon special request placed before the governments. Some of the main reasons for rejection are as follows.
- If it’s beyond the validity the embassy rejects the Power of Attorney
- If you have not presented all the fundamental documents
- If it has not been signed or notarized by a gazetted officer
- If the content is not proper
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