Civil Code Power of Attorney is a written authorization issued by one person to another person for representation before third parties (Part 1 of Art. 185 of the Civil Code). More often all the power of attorney is issued as proof of authority for voluntary representation. By their nature, legal power of attorney is one-sided bargain, as done at the sole discretion represented. In other words, to issue a power of attorney and, accordingly, the acquisition of its validity representative consent is not required. Emerging powers he has in no way affect its (Representative) of their own civil rights, but give him the right to act on behalf of and in the interests of the principal. The main objective is to establish a power of attorney by the legal representative of the action communication between the sending and the third party, in other words, power of attorney allows an external effect representation. From the text of trusted third party, which she, by and large, and the address are clear an idea of what authority has a representative. This distinguishes the power of attorney from the contract between the representative and the represented. The Agreement regulates the internal relationships between the represented and representative, and as such third parties are not affected. Any transactions and other legal actions, which makes the representative in accordance with his mandate, are binding on the principal. For example, submitted can not refuse to execute a power of attorney signed the agreement, arguing that the representative violated the contract between them, let's order, in their actions deviated from instructions given to him, reflected in the contract, but not reflected in the proxy.

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