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Sometimes we need to apply to a court to protect our rights and interests, but in view of the absence of specific knowledge we need to apply to specialists in the legal sphere. For a court, a power of attorney for representation in courts in favour of an attorney or, briefly, a power of attorney for courts may serve as a confirmation of an attorney’s powers.

A power of attorney for representation in courts may include a specific court, or attorney’s powers may be unlimited and effective for courts of various jurisdictions (local court, courts of cassation and appeal, administrative court).

In the process of court proceedings, an attorney may be required to obtain additional documents, certificates, copies, that is why we recommend to envisage such powers by stating them in a power of attorney for representation in courts (Ukraine).

Please note that it would be preferred that you empower your attorney to represent you at the state enforcement service according to the judgement. In such case, an attorney will deal with fulfilment of the judgement (receipt of alimony, reclamation of real estate from unlawful owner, compensation for moral damages, etc.).

We recommend you, as a grantor of a power of attorney for representation in courts, to notarise several copies of a power of attorney right after its original notarisation because an attorney may require them to exercise his/her powers. One copy of a power of attorney you must keep for yourself, whereas if you want to cancel this power of attorney, it would be easier for a notary to find it in the Register of powers of attorney and make a record on cancellation.

A power of attorney for representation in courts includes information on an attorney (full name and registered place of residence; his/her passport details of an attorney and registration number of the taxpayer identification card (formerly called individual taxpayer number in powers of attorney) may be additionally indicated). Therefore, to notarise a power of attorney, you need to provide a notary with the information stated above.

By a power of attorney, you may transfer your powers either to one or several persons who will act independently from each other.

Documents required to formalise a power of attorney for representation in courts:

  1. Your passport and registration number of the taxpayer identification card (formerly called individual taxpayer number).

It is important to define the scope of powers that you are going to transfer to your attorney under a power of attorney.

NOTARIAL SERVICES

We provide all types of notarial services!

 

  • Registration of realty and titles
  • Extract from the Register of Realty Titles
  • Extract from the Register
  • Translation of documents
  • Certification of a translator’s signature
  • Notarised translation
  • Apostilisation of documents
  • Legalisation of documents with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Legalisation with consular agencies
CONTACTS OF THE NOTARIAL OFFICE

WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR CALL:

+38 (044) 500-74-74
  • +38 (066) 353-74-74
  • +38 (096) 353-74-74
  • +38 (063) 424-74-74

OUR ADDRESS:

7/1 Tarasa Shevchenka Lane
Maidan Nezalezhnosti Underground Station
For your navigator: 7/1 Malopidvalna St.

WORKING HOURS:

Monday to Friday 9:00-18:00
Saturday By previous appointment
Sunday By previous appointment

 

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