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Giving Power of attorney to someone in Chennai from Vancouver




MITRON
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Originally posted by acestar

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.



Get it done from the Indian consulate, it will be more widely accepted in India.

If you jsut do it from a Canadian lawyer, they might or might not accept it in India. As the countries are different and jurisdictions are different.

Any Tom, Dick & Harry can become a lawyer or notary in this country. They have NO weight in Indian courts and banks and governement and Income Tax office etc.

Anything from the Indian consulate will be more widely accepted and will have more weight, especially if it is Big matters like Propery sale, Wills etc.


 
Post ID: 237313 23-10-18 21:25:35
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acestar
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Hi Mitron,

Thanks for the reply. I am gonan try to get through the consulate.

I have another question, when going to the consulate do we need to bring in witness like a friends or someone when signing ?

Thanks


 
Post ID: 237316 26-10-18 14:43:22
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MITRON
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Quote:
Originally posted by acestar

Hi Mitron,

Thanks for the reply. I am gonan try to get through the consulate.

I have another question, when going to the consulate do we need to bring in witness like a friends or someone when signing ?

Thanks



No need for witnesses for a POA, but take 2-3 pieces of photo ID's with you like your passport, driver's licence, PR card or Citizenship card, Citizenship certificate etc.



 
Post ID: 237317 27-10-18 21:40:01
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