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Power of Attorney (POA) in UAE

Do you need a Power of Attorney in the United Arab Emirates notarized but can’t travel to the emirates or simply lack the time? At Ascentia Corporate Services, our professionals have a proven track record in handling POA notarization and legalization. They are available to guide you through the signing and notarization procedures at notaries public in Dubai Courts and courts across the UAE. You can trust us to complete the notarization of your documents promptly. 

Comprehensive Power of attorney Solutions

A power of attorney can be granted to a variety of individuals, including family members, friends, employees, partners, or lawyers, depending on the nature of the document. Ascentia Corporate Services offers online notarization of Power of Attorney through video conferencing platforms such as Zoom or BOTIM. The principal must approve the POA draft prior to the online process. The notary public will use the video call to verify the identity of the principal and obtain their consent to grant the Power of Attorney. Upon completion of the e-notarization, the electronic POA will be sent to the principal’s email.

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Personal Power of Attorney vs. Business Power of Attorney

It’s crucial to distinguish between personal and business Power of Attorney (POA) in the UAE. A personal POA is utilized when an individual is unable to sign legal documents due to incapacity, illness, or being out of the country. On the other hand, business Power of Attorney refers to a scenario where a company assigns a worker or an external party to execute specific or general transactions on its behalf.

Types of powers of attorney

For Companies

  • General Manager power of attorney
  • Special power of attorney

For Individuals

  • A general power of attorney
  • Special power of attorney

Documents Required For Power Of Attorney in UAE

A power of attorney involves two parties, the one that is giving the power of attorney and the one to whom the power is being given. Documents of both parties are required to draft and finalize the POA, including:
  • A copy of the passport. 
  • A copy of the visa (if the person is a UAE resident). 
  • A copy of the Emirates ID (if the person is a UAE resident). 
  • Copy of trade license. 
  • Memorandum and articles of association. 
  • Passport copies of the shareholders. 
  • Emirates IDs of the shareholders.

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