Things to Consider When Giving Power of Attorney
We advise our clients to give power of attorney in Turkey to us in order to facilitate the procedure; military checks, release of title deeds from the title deeds office and registration of the title deed at the notary office. The giving “Power of Attorney” process takes about two hours and needs to be witnessed at the notary office in Turkey. Our consultants will provide the necessary assistance.
Avoids to travel several times to Turkey. On following the tapu process, you might need to follow up your paperwork.
Advantages of Power of Attorney
- In order to apply for Tapu or conveyancing, you must need to know Turkish or you must need to have a sworn translator with you. A sworn translator fee is about 100 Euro per 2 hours work
- Estate Agent gives Tapu process service free. To use this facility, you have to empower them with this document. They can not act on behalf of you without this document at official registry offices.
Remind These Facts When Giving Power of Attorney
- Give “Power of Attorney” to professional estate agents or solicitors. If they do not know what they are doing, it is not advised to give this valuable document.
- Give only needed powers. For example, when you purchase a property, give just “Buying Property” power. If needed give also “water and electricity connection” power.
- It is NOT advised to give General Power of Attorney. General one might contain debt accepting or selling your property. This can be used against you in bad hands.
- Giving Power of Attorney means; “You may act on behalf of me for these powers” It will be your name and picture on the title deeds (tapu).
- There is a sworn translator at the Notary Public. This interpreter has officially promised to the Notary to translates just the truth. You can not bring your own translator.