Can general power of attorney gift immovable property?
Can by general power of attorney a person gift an immovable property on behalf of the owner? Does the general power of attorney holder have that right?
A General power of attorney if confers powers to gift to a particular person specified and the General Power of Attorney is registered only then General Power of Attorney holder can execute gift on behalf of owner.
In other words if name of doner is mentioned then power of attorney holder can execute the gift deed on behalf of the owner.
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