Is power of attorney required for relinquishment deed?
What is the jurisdiction of power of attorney? and is it power of attorney required to make a relinquishment deed?
Power of Attorney can be made where the person in whose favor it is to be made is domiciled.
After the Power of Attorney is made the principal can make a relinquishment deed to relinquish his share in the property. Both the Power Of Attorney and Relinquishment deed are required to be registered where the property is situated.
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