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All what you need to know about legal proxy in Turkey

 

Power of attorney is a legal document that allows a person (the agent) to act on behalf of another person (the principal) with the testimony of a notary. The agent has the authority to sign all decisions related to real estate, financial and health affairs on behalf of the principal.

proxy is a common means of facilitating necessary transactions, as it allows the principal to avoid long journeys to process the transactions, by giving a person the right to act on his behalf.

There are two types of proxy: general proxy, which allows the agent to act on behalf of the principal in all actions, and there is a private proxy, which is for one subject only and is not considered in anything else.

The official power of attorney is issued to all notaries in Turkey, the notary prepares the power of attorney, and foreigners who are not fluent in the Turkish language need a sworn translator to translate the written information about the agent.

Paperwork:

1- The client's passport and residence, if any, and the presence of the client in person.

2- A copy of the identity or residence of the agent

3- Tax number in case there is no residence in Turkey

4- A personal photo of 2

If the client is not in Turkey, he must take an appointment from the Turkish consulate in his country to issue the power of attorney and then send it to his agent in Turkey.

its cost:
The cost of the power of attorney depends on what is written in it. Notaries offices have certain prices, which are according to the pricing after writing the power of attorney

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