General power of attoney
When a General Power of Attorney is given to two persons jointly and powers were given to them to sell the property on behalf of Principals jointly and severally, whether any one of the G.P.A. Holders can execute Sale Deed. If so whether is is valid.
In case General Power of Attorney is given by two persons and in the event of death of any of the Principals whether the whole G.P.A. will be void and to the extent of the person who is alive the said G.P.A. can be used.
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