Certification of power of attorney
1. A power of attorney for transactions requiring notarized form for submitting an application for state registration of rights and transactions, as well as to dispose of registered in the state register of rights must be notarized, except as required by law.
2. The notarized power of attorney equated:
1) the power of attorney of servicemen and other persons who are undergoing treatment in hospitals, sanatoria and other military medical institutions, which are certified by the head of such an institution, his deputy at the medical unit, and in their absence or senior doctor on duty;
2) the power of attorney of servicemen in places of location of military units, formations, institutions and military schools, where there is no notary offices and other bodies to perform notarial acts, powers of attorney of workers, their families and the families of military personnel, which is certified by the commander (chief ) of these units, formations, institutions or establishments;
3) the power of attorney of persons in detention, which is certified by the chief of the respective places of detention;
4) powers of attorney of capable citizens in institutions of social protection of the population, which is certified by the administration of the institution or the head (his deputy) of the relevant body of social protection.
3. The power of attorney to receive wages and other payments associated with the employment relationship, on the remuneration of authors and inventors, pensions, allowances and scholarships, or for correspondence, with the exception of valuable correspondence, can be certified by the organization in which the principal works or studies, and the administration of the inpatient treatment institution in which he is being treated. Such power of attorney shall be certified for free.
4. The power of attorney on behalf of a legal entity shall be signed by its director or other person authorized to do so in accordance with the law and the constituent documents.