Power of Attorney

 


Power of Attorney (PoA) prepared in a format prescribed by law is certified as per prevalent rules and laws. The grantor/principal of power of attorney must be present in the Embassy and must sign the document in the presence of the head of mission. If any Nepali citizen needs to authorize someone in Nepal to work on his/her behalf for the purpose of selling house/land, motor vehicle (except motorcycle) or registering divorce in the authorities concerned of Nepal, he/she needs the Power of Attorney to be signed at the Embassy. Foreign nationals cannot authorize Power of Attorney.

Required Documents:

For the Purpose of land/property Selling

  • Power of Attorney (PoA) prepared in a format prescribed by law
  • Joint formal application addressed to the Embassy
  • Copy of ownership certificate of land/property
  • Copy of recent revenue pay slip
  • Copy of Nepali Citizenship Certificate of both grantor/principal and grantee/agent
  • Nepali passport of grantor/principal
  • Copy of valid visa of grantor/principal
  • Photographs (2 each)

For the Purpose of Divorce

  • Power of Attorney (PoA) prepared in a format prescribed by law
  • Joint formal application addressed to the Embassy
  • Copy of Marriage Certificate
  • Copy of Nepali Citizenship Certificate of both grantor/principal and grantee/agent
  • Nepali passport of grantor/principal
  • Copy of valid visa of grantor/principal
  • Photographs (2 each)

Fee applicable AUD $ 300.00(EFTPOS facility is available for debit cards (No credit cards) where 1.10% is applied as surcharge per transaction. Cash is also accepted.)

Note:

1. The fees paid for the service must be used within one year. Repayment will apply if service has not been rendered by any reason within a year or if the document has to be re-attested due to any change in document detail.

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