You will need
  • Passport.
If you are dealing with a Trustee, make sure that the document is authentic, its shelf life is not expired and it is not revoked by the principal.
Notarial power of attorney can be of three types: special, one-time, General. Special power of attorney, the principal delegates authority to a trusted person for the performance of certain tasks. After the execution of powers of attorney automatically end.
One time letter of attorney is issued for the execution of a single instruction, for example, when a principal delegates authority to the signature of the same document or on the sale of one apartment. As soon as the Trustee fulfill his assignment, the authorization is considered invalid.
General power of attorney allows you to execute any action of the Trustee within three years from the date of its registration. Any kind of attorney you can cancel in advance, so you should always firmly be sure that the document is not revoked and is valid.
To validate a notarized power of attorney, contact the notary office at the place of issue. Pay the state fee for service for the issue information, present your regular passport. In one day you will receive information about whether the document is valid, valid expiration date, or it is revoked by the principal.
Only the notary who issued the power of attorney, you may with confidence say all about the power of attorney. If you will commit legally relevant actions or transaction with a Trustee and will not check the authenticity of the document, you always have a certain risk of running into scams. So never take chances and always carefully check all the documents and their authenticity. That way you will protect yourself from all risks.