Advice 1: How to represent interests in court

Judicial process is always for the uninitiated, a complicated and nervous, which is why many people prefer doing business to trust to the representative, with this role not necessarily a lawyer or a professional lawyer. The representative may be any competent person who is required to know the procedural rules.
How to represent interests in court
Instruction
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There are several options of representation of interests in court:
1. If you represent your interests in the process as the plaintiff or the defendant (personally). This is typical of civil litigation. And personal involvement in the process, does not preclude your right to have the court representative in the case.2. If you represent the interests of individuals or legal entities (person or organization). For this you will need a special power of attorney executed and authenticated in accordance with the law. According to the law by the representative in court can be a capable person, whose powers are documented properly.
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So, the power of attorney must be executed in the notary office. Any organization that currently operates your trust; or the administering organisation at the place of residence of the principal; or public health institution, if the principal is on treatment or examination; the commander, if the Trustee passes the military service; and even the warden, if the Trustee is serving a sentence in places of deprivation of liberty.
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After registration of the relevant documents, you, as representative, will have the right to perform all procedural actions. But special powers such as the transfer of power of attorney to another person, filing a new claim or the conclusion of a settlement agreement in the case should be specially stipulated in the power of attorney issued by the person you represent.
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You can also go to court with the requirement about compensation of expenses for representative, if you are the principal. You will need to submit a contract for the provision of such services and the receipt that the representative received money as payment.
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But there are some differences when it comes to representation in criminal proceedings. Here the features: the defender of the accused can become a lawyer, one of the relatives of the accused or another person for which the accused seeks.That makes all the difference. In any civil proceedings a representative can be almost any person, with a few exceptions prescribed by law.

Advice 2 : How to issue a power of attorney in the court

In accordance with the civil procedure law, citizens have the right to conduct their cases in court through representatives. Personal participation of the citizen in courtbnom process does not waive its right to have a representative. To empower representatives of relevant authorities in such cases, arrange a power of attorney. To select the representative and to issue a power of attorney, you must consider several points.
How to issue a power of attorney in the court
Instruction
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To represent someone's interests in court are legal representatives (parents, adoptive parents, guardians), attorneys appointed by the court, and capable citizens whose credentials are appropriate, that is, persons having a power of attorney for representation.
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The power of attorney may be executed and notarised. This citizen needs a representative, you should contact the notary office with their own passport and passport details of the person whom he shall designate to represent their interests in court.
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The right to certify the power of attorney is also the organization where working (studying) the Trustee. If the principal is in a health care institution to certify the power of attorney has the right to the administration of this medical institution. Similar is the case with the military, military educational institutions and military units.
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The power of attorney may be issued at the place of residence and certified by the authorised employees of the housing Department and the partnership of housing owners, housing, consumer or housing-construction cooperative.
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To certify the power of attorney also have a right to the head of local administration and specially authorised officers of local authorities. The chiefs of places of imprisonment shall certify a power of attorney in the case, if the Trustee is in prison. If the beneficiary is in the institution of social protection, the attorney shall certify the administration of that institution.
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The power of attorney may be given a complete list of the procedure has the right to engage the representative, on behalf of the principal, or only part of them. When drafting a power of attorney must determine whether the representative is endowed with the right of delegation of their rights to draw up a power of attorney to third parties and for what period of time the representative is entitled to represent the interests of the principal. If the period is not specified, it is considered that the power of attorney is issued for one year. The maximum validity of proxy – three years.
Note
Representatives in court can't be the prosecutors, judges, investigators (unless they present to the court any relevant authorities). Also do not have the right to be representatives in the court of incapacitated citizens.
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