Power of attorney

#1
Hi
Looking for info on the best way to get a power of attorney completed in England also a translation of passports. We are comfortable with the agent who will have power of attorney, just need guidance on the best way forward due to being unable to get out to Dalaman untill April.
Kind regards
Brenda
 

Ms Who

aka Kym Ciftci
#2
Hi Brenda, look in the Yellow Pages under listings for a 'Notary Solicitor' in your area. The Dalaman agent will need to send them the correct wording for the POA to be drawn up and notarised in the UK along with your passports. You will need to send the hard copy document to Turkey by post. It needs to be clear in the POA exactly what you want your agent to do for you. i.e. register the TAPU in your name, register utility connections etc..
 

Ms Who

aka Kym Ciftci
#5
Hi Chinook, post, dhl, cargo etc.. etc.. the point is, we need the original hard copy here.

As for the legal side, that's why its important you use a notary solicitor in the UK and not any other kind as they know what to do :)
 

JohnF

Senior Member
#8
Ahh... so you *are* touting for business then.

Come on then, why don't you share with us all the contents of these PM's, I mean it seems that a lot of them are to do with car hire, transfers, insurance etc. Maybe you should take out an ad like others do who want business from here?

JF
 

JohnF

Senior Member
#10
All you want to do is make money. Come on, just be honest about it.

This forum is all about sharing information - if you're not prepared to do that then maybe you are in the wrong place?

JF
 

JohnF

Senior Member
#12
Hi Brenda, look in the Yellow Pages under listings for a 'Notary Solicitor' in your area. The Dalaman agent will need to send them the correct wording for the POA to be drawn up and notarised in the UK along with your passports. You will need to send the hard copy document to Turkey by post. It needs to be clear in the POA exactly what you want your agent to do for you. i.e. register the TAPU in your name, register utility connections etc..
Doesn't the POA have to be apostilled by the FCO anymore? I know that was the case a few years ago but obviously things may have changed.

JF
 
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JohnF

Senior Member
#14
Re: -->: Power of attorney

I dont think we are in the same line of thinking
You are 100% correct there.

You see members posting here as an opportunity to make money by touting car hire, transfers, legal advice etc - whereas the majority of folks on here are happy to share information that may help others freely and without looking for remuneration. That's the difference.

JF
 

JohnF

Senior Member
#15
Re: -->: Power of attorney

They still need to be aposstiled
You could quite easily have provided that information several posts ago.

Why did you wait until I highlighted it?

You don't really want to help anyone, do you? Unless of course there's a buck or two in it for you.

JF
 

JohnF

Senior Member
#19
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Money is not the only thing in the world
Then why haven't you posted all this "assistance" you provide by PM on an open forum? Would wrecking the chance of commission have anything to do with it?

To keep this post on topic, I've found an old bookmark that provides a fair bit of information regarding POA's from the UK. Its from the Turkish British Camber of Commerce so treat it not entirely as gospel...

Powers of Attorney

JF
 

bickern

Senior Member
#20
Translator, I have to agree with John because if I look at your previous posts you mainly say "sent you a PM" or "check your mail".

If an Emlak came on here doing that they would probably be banned so why should you be any different. If you want to run a business fine but if you want members here to know the paid services you offer then take out an advert with Mushtaq and help pay towards the forum.

If you have good advice then say it here then we can all see it.
 
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