The power of attorney is certified by a notary public and enables various actions on behalf of the Guarantor, for example, to dispose of or manage real estate (purchase, sale, gift, privatization, lease...), dispose of a car (purchase, sale, driving, driving, customs clearance, registration...) , receive mail, pension or bank funds, represent interests to state bodies, register enterprises, property rights, etc. The list of powers is practically unlimited.
Power of attorney can be one-time or for a long time.
The power of attorney can be simple (a short list of powers) or general (with a long list of powers). A notary will help limit the powers of the Trustee to a list of tasks that will not harm the interests of the Guarantor.