Power of attorney

A notarized power of attorney is a power of attorney that must be signed in the presence of a notary and receive a notarized stamp. Therefore this power of attorney is called a notarized power of attorney. If the notary has not made the power of attorney, or has not verified the signatures on it, the notarized power of attorney will have no legal validity. It is the duty of the notary to ensure that the power of attorney is legally competent, understands the meaning of the action and beautifies the power of the power of attorney of his own free will.

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