How to give a power of attorney Do you need a photo?
Records of immovable property are registered in the real estate register and the authority to carry out these transactions belongs to its owner. If the owner of the document is not able to act, a power of attorney is required.
Until January 1st, document transactions are only carried out in notary offices, and with legal regulation after this date, notary offices are also allowed to conduct document transactions. In all the transactions that are to be done, the owner of the title must participate in the transactions himself.
However, in cases where the owner of the document cannot participate in the proceedings, transactions can be made under the condition of an official power of attorney. In order to carry out these transactions, the owner of the document must give a power of attorney that is prepared according to the rules.
Is a photo required in the power of attorney?
In cases where a person cannot apply for ownership document transactions, he must have delegated this authority to someone else with an official document. For this, the owner of the document must transfer the authority to the person who wants to do the transaction by issuing a power of attorney.
The General Directorate of Real Estate and Documents Registration of the country has stated in its announcement regarding the picture included in the power of attorney: according to the circular number 7/2010, the photo of the power of attorney must be newly taken, suitable for identification, pasting, sealing, and reflection. The last status of the power of attorney is that the image is mandatory.