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A general POA authorizes another person to act in general, legal, financial and business matters on your behalf.

What it covers?

You can choose to give any or all of the following powers:

  • To buy, lease and manage real estate property in UAE.
  • To represent you before all government departments, du, Etisalat, Water and Electricity Authority in Dubai and Sharjah, etc.
  • To set up companies, sole establishments and businesses.
  • To buy shares in companies on your behalf.
  • To sign contracts on your behalf.
  • To buy vehicles on your behalf.
  • To represent you before banks across UAE (where acceptable to the relevant bank)
  • To represent you in legal matters and appoint lawyers on your behalf.
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A property power of attorney authorizes another person to buy, manage and/or sell real estate property on your behalf in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

You can choose to give any or all of the following powers:

  • To buy real estate property on your behalf in UAE.
  • To manage and lease real estate property and collect rent on your behalf.
  • To sell real estate property on your behalf.
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A property dispute POA authorizes another person to represent you before the UAE courts, real estate regulatory authorities and rental dispute centers.

What it covers?

Property Dispute POA authorizes another person:

  • To represent you before government departments in UAE, Land Department and the UAE courts.
  • To appoint lawyers on your behalf.
  • To sign any case documents on your behalf.
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A vehicle power of attorney authorizes another person to sell cars, motorbikes, boats etc. on your behalf. This is valid in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

A vehicle POA authorizes another person:

  • To sell and transfer vehicle on your behalf.
  • To receive the sale proceeds on your behalf.
  • To renew the insurance and registration of the vehicle.
  • To represent you before all government departments including the Dubai Road and Transport Authority and Transport Authorities in other Emirates.
  • To pay traffic fines and release the vehicle from impoundment, if applicable.
  • To sign transfer documents and effect the transfer of ownership.
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A marriage power of attorney by guardian authorizes another person to sign marriage papers of a daughter in the courts of UAE. It is deemed valid in the following emirates: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Marriage POA authorizes another person:

  • To represent you before the UAE courts.
  • To give consent on your behalf for marriage of your daughter.
  • To sign documents to complete the marriage formalities.
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A court case POA authorizes another person to represent you before the courts within UAE and appoint lawyers on your behalf. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the United Arab Emirates: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Court Case POA authorizes another person:

  • To represent you before the UAE courts.
  • To appoint lawyers on your behalf.
  • To sign any case documents on your behalf.
  • To represent you before all government departments.
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A power of attorney for police clearance authorizes another person to represent you before the police within the UAE and obtain a police clearance certificate. Valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Police Clearance POA authorizes another person:

  • To apply for and collect the police clearance certificate.
  • To represent you before the police and relevant government departments.
  • To sign any case documents on your behalf.
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A power of attorney for residency and foreign affairs authorizes another person to represent you before the immigration department. Valid for residents and foreigners with personal or business affairs in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Residency and Foreigners Affairs POA authorizes another person:

  • To represent you before the immigration department.
  • To sign any case documents on your behalf.
  • To represent you before any other government departments.
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A POA for inheritance authorizes another person to represent a legal heir before the courts in connection with the inheritance proceedings. This applies to inheritances in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Inheritance POA authorizes another person:

  • To represent a legal heir before the courts and other government departments within the Emirates.
  • To appoint lawyers.
  • To sign any case related documents.
  • To have the inheritance certificate issued and collected.
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POA for child travel is essentially a consent and power of attorney given by a parent guardian consenting to a minor child (below 21 years of age) travelling with another person.

What it covers?

POA for child travel covers the following:

  • Consent by the parent guardian to the child travelling with another person.
  • Authorises another person to accompany the minor child.
  • Travel from one country to the other.
  • Power to represent the parent before the immigration and other government authorities.
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A company POA is power of attorney given by company to any individual to act on behalf of the company and exercise any power chosen by the company.

What it covers?

A company can choose to give any or all of the following powers:

  • To manage business affairs of the company on day-to-day basis.
  • To represent the company before all government departments.
  • To renew license, apply for work visas and carry out related matters.
  • To register the Company with Federal Tax Authority for VAT.
  • To open, close and manage new and existing bank accounts.
  • To open branches and subsidiaries of the company.
  • To hire and dismiss employees.
  • To deal with all matters relating to the trademarks and intellectual property rights.
  • To appoint lawyers to act on behalf of the company.
  • To sign contracts and all other documents.
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A general manager power of attorney authorizes the manager of a company (or any other desired person) to manage the day-to-day affairs of the company.

What it covers?

A company can choose to give any or all of the following powers:

  • To manage business affairs of the company on day-to-day basis.
  • To represent the company before all government departments.
  • To renew license, apply for work visas and carry out related matters.
  • To register the Company with Federal Tax Authority for VAT.
  • To open, close and manage new and existing bank accounts.
  • To open branches and subsidiaries of the company.
  • To hire and dismiss employees.
  • To deal with all matters relating to the trademarks and intellectual property rights.
  • To appoint lawyers to act on behalf of the company.
  • To sign contracts and all other documents.
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A power of attorney by local partner (who is not actively involved in the business) authorizes the owner (actual investor) to manage the company with full powers.

What it covers?

POA by local partner authorizes the owner (actual investor): 

  • To manage all business affairs of the company on day-to-day basis.
  • To transfer the shares of local partner to another local partner.
  • To represent the company before all government departments.
  • To register the Company with Federal Tax Authority for VAT.
  • To renew license, apply for work visas and carry out related matters.
  • To open, close and manage new and existing bank accounts.
  • To open branches and subsidiaries of the company.
  • To hire and dismiss employees.
  • To deal with all matters relating to the trademarks and intellectual property rights.
  • To appoint lawyers to act on behalf of the company.
  • To sign contracts and all other documents.
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A power of attorney for company formation authorizes another person to incorporate a company or branch of an existing company. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Company Formation POA authorizes another person: 

  • To incorporate a company or branch in the UAE.
  • To sign all necessary shareholder resolutions on your behalf.
  • To represent you before the relevant government departments and free zone authorities. 
  • To sign and submit all documents and complete all the company formation formalities.
  • To open bank account of the company or branch.
  • To receive the trade license of the company or branch.
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A power of attorney for share sale authorizes another person to sell and transfer your shares in a company. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

POA for share sale authorizes another person:

  • To sell your shares in the company.
  • To collect the share sale proceeds on your behalf.
  • To sign and perform share purchase agreement/investment agreement and all relevant documents. 
  • To sign shareholders’ agreement, if applicable. 
  • To complete all formalities to effect the share transfer at the government departments and free zone authorities.
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A power of attorney for share purchase authorizes another person to buy shares in a company on your behalf. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

POA for share purchase authorizes another person:

  • To buy shares in the company from a third party.
  • To make payments to the seller on your behalf.
  • To sign and perform share purchase agreement/investment agreement and all relevant documents.
  • To sign shareholders’ agreement, if applicable. 
  • To complete all formalities to effect the share transfer at the government departments and free zone authorities.
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A power of attorney for business sale authorizes another person to sell your business. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

POA for business sale authorizes another person: 

  • To sell your business.
  • To receive payments on your behalf.
  • To sign and perform business sale agreement and all relevant documents.
  • To complete all formalities to effect the business transfer at the government departments and free zone authorities.
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A power of attorney for business purchase authorizes another person to buy a business from a third party. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

POA for business purchase authorizes another person: 

  • To buy business from a third party. 
  • To make payments to the third party on your behalf.
  • To sign and perform business sale agreement and all relevant documents.
  • To complete all formalities to effect the business transfer at the relevant government authorities.
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A litigation power of attorney authorizes another person to represent a company before the UAE courts and arbitration centres and appoint lawyers on your behalf. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Litigation POA authorizes another person: 

  • To represent your company before the UAE courts and arbitration centers.
  • To appoint lawyers on behalf of your company.
  • To sign any case and arbitration documents.
  • To represent your company before any government departments. 

 

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A trademarks power of attorney authorizes another person to register trademarks on behalf of a company. This document is considered valid in the following emirates of the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman.

What it covers?

Trademarks POA authorizes another person: 

  • To file application and all other documents at the UAE Ministry of Economy. 
  • To follow-up and defend the trademark registration application. 
  • To complete all trademark registration formalities and receive the trademark registration certificate. 
  • To appoint lawyers.
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5 Tips for making a power of attorney in UAE

Chances are that you have done a quick search to find out how to write a power of attorney to authorize someone within the UAE to carry out certain tasks on your behalf. It is critical that you understand the importance of this document and ensure that it is correctly written and executed in line with your as well as the requirements of third parties/government departments where this document will eventually be presented. You do not want to end-up in a situation where you have written and executed a document which is not considered valid when is presented for use.

This article provides you five (5) most important tips which you should take into account while going ahead with a POA.

1.

Power of Attorney in Dubai

, Abu Dhabi and in other Emirates is typically prepared by typing centers or law firms

It is common knowledge that the typing centers and law firms across the UAE prepare powers of attorney for use in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and across other Emirates.

The typing centers use standard templates that they use for all clients. As these templates have typically fixed language, clients may run the risk of ending-up with documents that do not correctly reflect their requirements. The typing centers typically only enter the passport/Emirates ID details in their templates and provide the print-outs ready for signing. You may face the risk of (i) having more powers included in your POA than desired; (ii) missing the powers that are required to be included; or (iii) having broader powers than required that may be misused by the attorney.

To avoid this situation, it is critical that you have your POA prepared by a law firm. The law firms ensure that (i) they reflect your desired powers in the document; (ii) the document does not contain any unnecessary powers; and (ii) it is eventually accepted by the relevant third parties/government departments. Legal Inz specializes in preparing POAs that meet your, as well as the requirements of the third parties/government departments. We have made it easy for you to obtain a POA in the UAE. You can choose and order your POA with us in minutes.

2. Use the Correct Document (i.e. General POA or Special POA)

There are two (2) types of POAs that are used within the United Arab Emirates (i.e. general and special). It is very important that you understand the difference between these types of POAs and use the correct document.

A general POA contains very broad powers for acting in general, legal and business matters. It may be typically used to purchase real estate, set-up companies and represent you before government departments. However, this document is unlikely to work for the sale of real estate, vehicles or shares in companies within the UAE.

As a rule of thumb, you should always opt for a special POA if you are looking to grant specific and limited powers about a subject matter or sale of an item (such as real estate, vehicles or shares in companies). If in doubt, the safest approach is always to choose a special POA over a general one.

3. Choose Your Attorney Wisely

As this document authorizes someone else to step into your shoes for carrying out your tasks, you need to ensure that you choose your representative (referred to as the ‘attorney’ in the POA) with care. You should appoint someone who is trusted by you and is aware of how things are done within the United Arab Emirates on a day-to-day basis. You do not also want to be in a position where the powers granted by you are misused by someone putting you in an undesired situation.

4. Have the Arabic Translation Done

It is mandatory that your POA is translated into Arabic by a certified legal translator approved by the Ministry of Justice within the UAE. The document may be signed before a notary public either in Arabic language only or in a bilingual format (English and Arabic). If you are not an Arabic speaking person, you should ensure that your document is prepared in bilingual format for the simple reason that you must understand your document in English language first before it is translated into Arabic and signed by you before a notary public.

5. Sign it Before a Notary Public

Once the document has been translated into Arabic, printed and stamped by the legal translator in three (3) originals, it must be signed by you before a notary public in Dubai, Abu Dhabi or in any other Emirate. The notary public carries out the registration immediately and provides you with two (2) originals of the document. You can provide one (1) original to the attorney authorized by you in the document and keep one (1) original with yourself.

If you are not present within the UAE, you can still sign the power of attorney in the country of your residence before a notary public, provided that you follow the process of legalization before the document is presented for use in the United Arab Emirates.

These are the most important issues that we have noted based on our day-to-day experience. Your situation may require further consideration in addition to the points highlighted above.

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Process of signing powers of attorney outside the United Arab Emirates

A POA is valid if it is signed and registered with a notary public in the UAE. However, if you are not present within the UAE, you can still sign the power of attorney before a notary public in the country of your residence, provided that you follow the process of legalization to make the document valid for use within the UAE. 

The requirement of legalization has been put into place as the UAE is not a signatory to the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents. The authorities in the UAE thus do not accept any POA that does not comply with the legalization requirements.

The process of legalization is initiated in the country of origin (where the POA is signed) and is completed within the UAE. This process provides a guarantee that the document is genuine and contains correct and truthful information.

The process of legalization is summarized in steps 1-4 below. Steps 5-6 in this Article refer to the process applicable to the translation of the document into Arabic and certification of the Arabic translation.

1. Notarization

As a first step, the document is signed before a notary public in your country of residence. The role of the notary public is to confirm the authenticity of your signatures as a witness. The notary public will typically need to see your identity document such as passport to allow you to sign the POA. In addition, if the POA is being signed on behalf of a company, the notary public will insist on you providing the evidence that you have been duly authorized by the company as its signatory.

The document is typically printed on a A4 size plain paper. In some countries such as Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka, the notary public may require the document to be printed on a stamp paper in line with the requirements of the local stamp duty laws.

2. Attestation by Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The second step in the legalization process is to have the document attested by the ministry of foreign affairs of your country of residence. The purpose of this attestation is for the ministry to cross-check the name and practicing number of the notary public who has notarized the document. If the notary public is recognized by the ministry, it will attest the document.

The act of attestation provides the document a legal standing on international level. In some countries, the process of attestation may also be referred to as legalization or apostille.

The legalization is carried out at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in the UK. In the United States, US Department of State provides this attestation.

3. Certification by the UAE Embassy

At this stage, the document is submitted to the UAE Embassy/Consulate for certification. The UAE Embassy/Consulate certifies the document after ensuring that the first two (2) steps indicated above have been correctly completed. The UAE Embassy/Consulate also determines whether the document is treated as personal of commercial to apply the correct fee for the certification.

Once this certification has been obtained, the document is brought to UAE to complete the next step in the legalization process.

4. Certification by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in the UAE

Once the document is presented to MOFA, it verifies if the document has been notarized, attested and certified as indicated in the first three (3) steps above. MOFA certifies the document accordingly. Once this certification has been obtained, the document becomes legally valid for use in United Arab Emirates.

5. Arabic translation

The Arabic translation is carried out after the attestation of the POA by MOFA. The legal translators will only be able to stamp the document as legally translated if it has been attested by MOFA. The translation is attached underneath the original document and the translators typically staple the documents together. The Arabic translation is required to be carried out if the document is to be presented before any government authority in UAE. Exceptions may only apply in cases where the document is presented for use in a free zone – however, this practice may not be consistent and a safer approach is always to have the document translated into Arabic.

6. Attestation by the UAE Ministry of Justice

As a last step in the process, the Arabic translation will be certified by the UAE Ministry of Justice. This certification essentially confirms that the Arabic translation has been carried out by the legal translators duly licensed and approved by the UAE Ministry of Justice.

The POA can be presented to any third parties, government departments and authorities to carry out the relevant transactions once the above process of legalization and certification has been completed.

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4 Tips for making POAs that are signed outside the UAE but used in the UAE

The UAE has transformed itself into a major business hub. You may either be representing a major multinational company or looking to set-up your own business here while currently being located in your home country. You may be an expatriate who is leaving the United Arab Emirates for good and wish to appoint someone on your behalf to manage or sell your real estate property or a vehicle. In all these situations, you will be looking to appoint someone on your behalf who can carry out the required tasks to your satisfaction while you are outside the UAE.

Here are four (4) of the most important tips that you should keep in mind while going about preparing and executing a power of attorney for use in the United Arab Emirates:

1. Have Your POA Prepared in Line With the UAE Law Requirements

There is a chance that you may be considering to have your document drawn-up by someone in the country of your residence. You might feel comfortable dealing with someone face-to-face to draft this document. You should, however, keep in mind that the document must be drafted in line with the UAE laws and requirements of the relevant government departments. It is only a UAE based law firm such as Legal Inz that can help you draft the POA that complies with these requirements. If you have already drafted the power of attorney through someone in your home country, you should have the draft reviewed by us to ensure that it will be acceptable in the UAE.

2. Choose Your Attorney with Care

It is also important that you choose your representative (referred to as ‘attorney’ in the POA) with care. Your attorney should be someone who you can trust with your assets and he/she should be well-aware of the workings of government departments in UAE. Your attorney may have to take time out from work to visit the relevant government departments to carry out the duties assigned by you. If you think you need professional assistance, we provide an end-to-end POA representation service in UAE. In other words, we can prepare the power of attorney in UAE, have it legalized, act as your attorney and complete your desired tasks outlined in the document. Please contact us if you would like to avail our POA representation services.

3. Complete the Legalization Process

The legalization process can be daunting at times if you wish to carry out the entire process on your own. It will typically involve visits to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UAE Embassy in the country of your residence once you have signed the POA before a notary public. Your attorney will need to visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice in UAE to complete the legalization and attestation. We offer an end-to-end service to our clients for the legalization of POA throughout the world. If you are interested in our legalization services, please contact us.

4. Confirmation of Completion of Tasks Assigned in the POA

Once your attorney has exercised the powers granted by you, he/she should provide you with the relevant documents provided by the relevant third parties/government departments that are issued as a result of the completion of relevant transaction. For example, in the case of sale or purchase of real estate property, you should seek a copy and then the original of the title deed issued by the Land Department in the relevant Emirate. It is important for you to have these documents delivered to you as evidence of your ownership of the real estate property. A similar process applies to all other transactions.

The above tips are based on our experience in the preparation, legalization and representation of powers of attorney in UAE. There may be additional issues that need consideration keeping in view your situation and requirements.

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Requirements for Special Powers of Attorney in UAE

If you have determined that you require a special POA in UAE after carrying out an assessment of your situation, you should keep in mind the requirements that may apply to preparing and executing the document before it is presented for use.

In all special POAs, it is a rule of thumb that the subject matter and transaction should be specified in details so the parties relying on the document should be in a position to identify the document as clearly applicable to the transaction at hand.

Here are some of the examples of the most common special POAs that are used in the UAE:

1. Special POA For the Sale of Real Estate Property

For a special POA relating to the sale of real estate property in the UAE, you should ensure that the following details are included in the document:

  1. Details of the real estate property with precise unit number and other information provided on the title deed of the property.
  2. Details of the specific powers that you wish your attorney to exercise while using the power of attorney.
  3. If the transfer of property is a transfer as ‘gift’ instead of an actual sale, you must specify that the transfer will take place as ‘gift’ and there will be no consideration payable for this transfer.

If your real estate property is currently mortgaged, you will also be required to obtain an NOC from the relevant bank before you can sign the document at a notary public. It may be possible for you to sign the document without this NOC if you wish to sign it before a notary outside the UAE.  However, in all cases, you will need to provide notary public the evidence of your ownership of the real estate property at the time of signing the document.

It may not be necessary for you to choose a special POA if you wish to purchase or manage the real estate property. A general POA is typically acceptable for these transactions.

2. Special POA For Vehicle

For a special POA authorizing the sale of a vehicle, you will need to include the following information in the document:

  1. Details of the vehicle registration as per the vehicle registration card.
  2. Details of the specific powers that you wish your attorney to exercise.

You will need to present the original vehicle registration card valid at the time of visiting the notary public for signing the document.

3. Special POA For Sale of Shares

The special POA authorizing the sale of shares should include the following:

  1. Details of the company where the shares are held by you.
  2. Details of number of shares held by you.
  3. Specific powers that you wish your attorney to exercise.

You will need to provide original trade license, memorandum and articles of association and share certificate (if applicable) to the notary public at the time of signing the document.

If your special POA does not fall under any of the above categories, please contact us and we would be happy to provide you with the relevant requirements applicable to your document.

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  • Our online service is developed and maintained by experienced lawyers.
  • Our service includes any number of (free of cost) amendments to your POA within the first six (6) months of finalising the draft, should you change your mind or your personal circumstances change.
  • You will complete the process of finalising your draft POA right from the comfort of your home without visiting a lawyer.
  • We offer lifetime client support.

Process of signing and attestation if you are outside the UAE

If you intend to sign your power of attorney outside the United Arab Emirates, you would need to follow the following steps so that the power of attorney can be recognised and used in UAE as per the local laws, rules and regulations.

Stage 1 – Process in the Country of Origin

Step 1

Sign the power of attorney before a notary public in the country of origin.

Step 2

Have the power of attorney attested by the ministry of foreign affairs of the country of origin. This process is also referred to as legalization or an apostille.

Step 3

Have the power of attorney certified by the UAE Embassy/Consulate in the country of origin.

Stage 2 – Process in the UAE

Step 1

Have the power of attorney stamped by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We can assist you with this requirement  with an additional fee of AED 499 (which includes the Government fee).

Step 2

Have the power of attorney translated into Arabic by a licensed Arabic translator and then certified by the UAE Ministry of Justice. We can assist you with this requirement with an additional fee of AED 399 (includes Government fee) plus Arabic translation if it is not already done.

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