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Giving Power of attorney to someone in Chennai from Vancouver




Hello everyone,

I am currently residing in Vancouver with my wife. I would like to give Power of Attorney to my mom in Chennai, India to sell an apartment there. I was trying to look up at the Indian Consulate website of Vancouver but it seems down. Has anyone done anything like this to help me with the procedure ?

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This process is for a personal visit. For mail services it could be different.
Get the POA prepared by an attorney there in India as required by the Registrar of the Properties in Chennai. If she prepares the same there in India it will be on a stamp paper. (Rs.50) You can get it into the mail if you if you have time to splurge. Otherwise on FOOLSCAP Paper, Legal size that is and in GREEN in Colour if you print the same when received by you as an attachment.

Please run a few copies.

The Indian High Commission will look for a signature location and room for a seal under your signature on EACH PAGE.

The property that you are selling should be well defined and the document that you are submitting should be fully functional. Check for spelling of each word and name also.

The person who will be acting for you and doing all of this must provide good pictorial ID and (HER) Thumb print attested there in. left hand for MEN and Right hand for LADIES??!!

If you have the copy of the DEED and title to the property, a attested copy of the same from the lawyer with his official seal.

The procedure given down below is as described in Toronto Website. I hope it holds good for Vancouver also. Please verify the same at that end.

Not knowing any other detail, I am providing the materials that they will look for from you as PROOF of Canadian Residency from you. You will have to submit the same.

You should have gotten all of these items from the Indian end and what are all of the Requirements from the Registrar who will do the needful there for the transfer, from him.. (When you do receive the same please let me also know what they are. ) Thanks,

Hope this helps.

FH.


I. Power of Attorney (POA) :

Requirements :

Duly filled in Miscellaneous application form (Click here).
Attach your original passport and a copy of its main pages.
If you are an Indian passport holder attach original and a copy of your PR card/Work or Study permit. Please note that in case your PR card is issued or reissued after 01.01.2015, original and a copy of landing paper is also required.
Attach original POA which needs to be attested alongwith its copy (Please Note that the POA must be attested/notarized as per note # below).
Presence of applicant is required for execution of "Power of Attorney". (Please note that presence of two witnesses is required for "Will";).
Attach proof of address in Canada (Canadian driving licence, Gas, Electricity or landline telephone bill displaying applicant's address and House lease agreement.
Note: Bank/credit card/mobile phone statements are not accepted as residence proof.

If you are applying by mail - read the note at the end of this page for eligibility and enclose return prepaid envelope with your address and send the complete set of documents to :
Consulate General of India,

(Consular Section Attestation)

365 Bloor Street East

Toronto ON M4W 3L4

Fee :

For Power of Attorney regarding property matters : Attach bank draft of C$ 35 drawn in favor of "Consulate General of India". Please Note that C$ 35 is for one seal & signature, if you need it on more pages fee applicable will be C$ 35 x number of pages on which you need seal and signature.

PLEASE NOTE.:

Attestation for Canadian Nationals : (Mail/ Canadian/ Canadian or citizen of any other country) POA/Will has to be notarized and authenticated by the Ministry of Government Services, Ontario (address: 222 Jarvis Street, Main Floor, Toronto, M7A 0B6) or the concerned Provincial authorities before submitting it to the Consulate for attestation. The consulate will attest the seal and signature of the concerened Provincial authorities on the page attached by them with the POA.

Apply in Person (For Indian Nationals) : If you are an Indian national, and residing in GTA apply in person at the Consulate. You need not to notarize the Power of Attorney. However, you have to sign the Power of Attorney(/Will document) in front of Consular Officer, you must ensure that name, address and signature of witness on the last page of POA is obtained before submitting at the Consulate for execution of POA, the witness need not to come at the Consulate.


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http://www.cgitoronto.ca/eoi.php?id=power_of_attorney

BLS VANCOUVER Contact details.:
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Vancouver, BC V6C 1E1
Downtown
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Address: 325 Howe St #201, Vancouver, BC V6C 1Z7
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30 p.m.Phone: (604) 662-8811
Province: British Columbia

t the Indian Consulate website of Vancouver but it seems down. Has anyone done anything like this to help me with the procedure ?

Thanks


FH.

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Hello everyone,

I am currently residing in Vancouver with my wife. I would like to give Power of Attorney to my mom in Chennai, India to sell an apartment there. I was trying to look up at the Indian Consulate website of Vancouver but it seems down. Has anyone done anything like this to help me with the procedure ?

Thanks

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Last edited by: Full House on 29-05-18 17:56:08
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Thanks for above detailed information you provided me. So basically i need to get a POA letter prepared from India by a attorney and sent over here for me to fill up and execute it through Indian high commission. I thought maybe i do something from here.

So this POA, is it always fixed to one purpose like in my case, I am currently looking for selling a apartment. if needed again anything else for future i meed to do it again or is there anything for all purposes, you think ?



 
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Most of the Lawyers are good. They all know what it is that needs to get done. But all of the required details are there at the Indian End. The requirements at Chennai are specific to that location and area also. So, I would advice you to follow a procedure that will fully comply with their EXACT requirements and there will not be any short comings when you follow it to a "T". (As in Chai)

FH.

Your specific request here is for a POA for selling an Apartment. (FLAT) In fact it should also permit him to invest the TAXABLE amount of the transaction into a vehicle suitable to your requirement and save yourself a tonne of money after the sale. OR buy another property as an investment within the next Six Months, when the markets for the property settle down to a level you like. OR invest the Taxable amount into a BOND that are made available to you for the normal duration. (I think it is TWO Years now.)

Hope this helps.

FH.

You can make a separate POA for other transactions that the Banks will require. The POA made for disposal of the property will be retained by the Registrar of Properties for the purpose it was made for. You might have to retain a copy too at the Chennai end with an accountant for any future call for it, if you are exporting the sale proceeds to overseas. fh


 
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I had the same situation few years back and gave POA to my mom for the sale of a property. The POA was prepared by the lawyer in India and i just signed and notarized it from a lawyer here. All went well and no issues at all.

 
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I had the same situation few years back and gave POA to my mom for the sale of a property. The POA was prepared by the lawyer in India and i just signed and notarized it from a lawyer here. All went well and no issues at all.



So when you say you just signed and notarized it from here, you mean like applying for attestation from the indian consulate here in Vancouver ?. ON hwat kinda of paper did you do it from here?


 
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I had given general POA to my dad few years back... prepared in India and I signed and notarized here from a lawyer (not at Indian consulate)... This week just sold one property in India using POA and everything work out well...
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@meitsme so did give the POA in chennai and also did you sign the document prepared and mailed from India on a stamp paper or what kinda paper ?

 
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My dad visited Canada few years back. He prepared POA in india on stamp paper and brought to Canada. I signed and notarized POA with lawyer and my dad took POA with him back to India.

My dad used POA for this week for selling one of the property and everything worked out well.

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Hi all,

I have been trying to see if i can get the attestation from the Indian Consulate from Vancouver for my POA documents. Has anyone recently done it through consulate ?.

I know some people have just got it notarized from a notary instead of consulate but I am just curious.


 
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