Indian POA Legalisation Guidance
Our team has put together a comprehensive guide for NRIs who need proper guidance on how to make a valid Indian Power of Attorney from abroad.
Under Indian Law, a Power of Attorney is a legally binding deed and therefore must meet the requirements of a valid deed in order to be legally accepted by the authorities in India. A great deal of OCIs and NRIs lose time and money as a result of failing to meet the legal requirements of executing a valid Power of Attorney (PoA) from abroad for India. Resultantly they have to redo the process again, in the proper manner.
Our team has put together a PoA Legalisation Guide Booklet for such NRI and OCI individuals who are based outside of India and need proper guidance from the beginning to the end of the process.
What is the Indian PoA Legalisation Guidance Booklet?
There is a great deal of conflicting information on the internet and this is causing confusion on how to make a valid PoA. The guidance is a booklet that explains step by step the legal process that needs to be undertaken to execute a valid Indian PoA. It includes documentary requirements of every stage, processing times, what to expect, tips and more.
Who needs the Indian PoA Legalisation Guidance Booklet?
Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) or anyone who is based outside of India and needs to legally empower their attorney (or agent) in India to carry out legal or financial work on their behalf in their absence.
What’s included in the PoA Legalisation Guidance Booklet?
This detailed step-by-step guide will explain the requirements and what to expect at each stage of the process. The Indian PoA guidance booklet contains:
Indian Power of Attorney legalisation guidance:
- This step-by-step guide is for NRI individuals who are sending a PoA document from abroad to India.
- This detailed guidance booklet explains the exact legal process that every Indian PoA must undergo for it to be valid and accepted by the Indian authorities.
- It includes important information such as the requirements of an attorney and witnesses, the documentary requirements of all the legalising authorities involved and more.
- You can also order your guide in Hindi or Punjabi, rather than English.
Deed of Revocation Template
- Along with the guide we have included a template for a deed of revocation template so that you can cancel the power of attorney at any time.
How much does the PoA Guide cost and how do I make a payment?
The guide costs £80. You can make a payment with any major debit or credit card via the secure payment form on our website.
What if I have questions about the PoA Legalisation Guidance Booklet?
You can email any questions before or after you have purchased your guide to our helpful and friendly team and they will be happy to help.
How and when will you send me the PoA Legalisation Booklet?
After we have received your payment, you will receive your guide within 24 hours. If you have ordered the PoA Pack, then we will send you the guide along with your custom PoA within 2-3 working days. The guide itself will be a .pdf attachment.
Does this booklet come with a Power of Attorney?
No, this booklet contains only information relating to executing a valid Indian power of attorney from abroad and does not come with a power of attorney.
Get your Guidance Booklet
The Guide includes a deed of revocation template and guidance on the legalisation procedure from abroad (e.g. the UK, USA or Canada) and India.
Using the online form, fill in your details and make a secure payment
We will email your Legalisation Guidance Booklet
Our team will usually send your booklet within 24 hours
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