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How to sell a home if i have Power of Attorney & a registered agreement?

I wish to sell a property; but i have a Notarized Power of Attorney & a registered agreement with myself. Seek legal advice.
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Property Law
Posted on 1st Sep, 2018
Advocate Gowaal
Answered on 10th Sep, 2018
This is my response to you: 1. If the POA is registered then only sale can be made; 2. Also the sale clause should be there in the POA; 3. Consult a local lawyer and let him/her vet your documents. If you are satisfied with my answer please leave a feedback or review on my page: https://padavigowaal.wixsite.com/lawyer/feedback
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