Power of Attorney
It is a written authorization. It helps to represent another person’s presence in private affairs,
business, or some other legal matter. The person who is authorizing the other to act can be
a principal, grantor, or donor (of the power). The one who authorized to act is the agent or, in
some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in- fact.
To make a power of attorney legally applicable, it must be signed by some legal attestation
concern. Some authorities demand the power of attorney to be witnessed, notarized, or
sometimes the both. If the document is reviewed and signed by a notary public may increase
the value of the power even if it is not required.