9:00 am - 2:00 pm3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
(984) 147 5200
Not only we offer the service of guarding said corporate books but also the correct follow-up of the company’s assemblies, whether ordinary and extraordinary and on the registration of the same to have an order and legal certainty of the company.
“Our specialized personnel will draft the power according to the client´s instructions once the purpose of the power has been studied.”
The notarized power is a document that is required by law to be granted before a public notary who is the person in charge to attest the compliance with the established requirements.
It is a public deed authorized by a notary that allows a natural or legal person to appoint another as a representative to act on its behalf in determined juridical acts.
The power allows the representative to accredit its character of representative through showing the authorized copy or testimony of the power
Types of powers:
General power: It is a power where the greatest number of faculties are delegated to the representative for it to represent the appointing person in almost any situation.
Special power: It is granted to the representative to represent the appointing person only for the expressed manner authorized by the client.
The main variables of the notarized powers are:
General power for lawsuits and collections: authorizes the appointed to represent the appointing person in trials and for collections.
General power for administrative acts: It is granted for the appointed to administer the goods and interests of the appointing person.
General power for acts of domain: authorizes the appointed to mortgage, donate, buy or sell goods of the appointing person.
Therefore, if you have granted a power of attorney it would be invalid after revoking it.
We have a widely capable team to assist you and guide you comply with the formalities required by the law.
Copy of the CURP .
General data format .
Copy of the RFC
In other words, it helps to get judicial validation of the contents of the agreement through a final judgment.
When a person dies and has not left a previous testament for its property it is possible for their decedents, such as children, to apply to become owners of its properties and other belongings.