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Power of attorney to sell your rights in an immovable/real estate property

Your power of attorney to appoint the person who will represent you for the sale of an immovable property to an individual or a company...more

  1. Answer the questionnaire
  2. Print your power of attorney
  3. Sign

Available options

In the event that the power of attorney is to be signed outside of Quebec Included
In the event that the power of attorney is to be signed in the Province of Quebec Included
For the power of attorney to be certified by a notary of Notaire-Direct Inc. office, located in Montreal
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  • Drafting a specific power of attorney under private signature allows you to appoint a relative who will proceed, on your behalf, with the sale of all your rights in an immovable property to any individual or company.
  • This power of attorney is made for signing a deed of sale, but it can also be used to sign a potential offer to purchase.
  • Such a document will allow your attorney to fulfill the mandate given to him and that, without hassle.
  • Our specific powers of attorney, available are documents that will meet your needs for relatively simple situations.
  • For a deed of sale, the Civil Code of Quebec requires that this power of attorney be certified by a notary or a lawyer or, when signed outside of the Province of Quebec, certified by a notary public or a competent public officer.
  • For a specific power of attorney which conditions are more complex, please contact  .

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