POWER OF ATTORNEY
After purchasing your home, you authorize Aydemir Group to act on your behalf by giving a power of attorney regarding the transactions to be carried out at the land registry, a power of attorney for the purchase and sale of real estate, a power of attorney authorized to establish a mortgage, a power of attorney to be given to make a sale valley or a general power of attorney.
What is a Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney is a document that a person authorizes another person to act on his behalf in certain situations. The power of attorney can be general or limited. As stated in the Code of Obligations, a power of attorney is a bilateral contract.
What are the Types / Types of Power of Attorney?
There are various power of attorneys, namely, the power of attorney given for the administration of your real estate and your property, some of them are;
- General Power of Attorney
- Power of attorney regarding the transactions to be made in the land registry
- Power of attorney regarding the purchase and sale of real estate
- Power of attorney authorized to establish a mortgage
- Power of attorney to be given to make sales valley
What is the validity period of the power of attorney, how long?
If there is no agreement between the proxy and the proxy, the power of attorney is indefinite. The power of attorney ends if the power of attorney is not expired, if the proxy resigns or the person giving power of attorney dies. For example, you gave a power of attorney to a friend to sell your house, and you specified the mandate until the sale of the house. In this case, the power of attorney you give will end when the house is sold. However, the power of attorney ends if the situations we have given above occur in the indefinite power of attorney. If there is no time limit between the parties, the power of attorney is considered to be indefinite. However, the Supreme Court accepts the duration of the general power of attorney as ten years.
How is a power of attorney given?
- Identity card and TR identity number of the person who will give the power of attorney
- Name, surname and identity number of the person to whom the power of attorney will be given
- Title deed information (in transactions related to real estate)
- 2 photos
The person who will give power of attorney can go to the notary office with the written documents we have given above and start the proceedings. When giving power of attorney, remember that there is no type of power of attorney under the name of general power of attorney. If you want to authorize the person to whom you will give the power of attorney, you have to write these issues one by one and clearly.
Giving a power of attorney to someone in another province: If the person to whom you will give the power of attorney is in a different province, they will send you a photocopy of their identity card via e-mail. You will print out the photocopy of this identity card in this mail. You can easily give power of attorney when you go to the notary with your own identity card. Then, you can send this power of attorney by mail to the person you have given power of attorney.
What is the Proxy Fee?
In case you do not have the chance to handle it, giving power of attorney can provide serious convenience. However, you should be careful that the person to whom you will give the power of attorney will not abuse these rights. Otherwise, you may experience great difficulties later on. 122 TL is requested for the fee of attorney at the land registry. For this reason, you should go to the notary public and get more detailed information about this issue.