Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document authorizing a person to act and do whatever acts and things on behalf of the person who is not physically present to execute and sign a document especially in the Registrar office for the purpose of registration. The POA can be general or special based on the powers given ( that means, full power and limited power) In the matter of sale of properties only blood relations can be given a POA ( father, mother, children, husband , wife, brother & sister ). In the case of other persons, stamp duty proportionate to the value of the property in respect of which POA is given is to be paid for registering the POA . It is primarily used by NRI (Non-resident Indians) to manage their property in India. The authorization thus gained enables the person who receives it to represent the person who grants it in legal procedures. Basically it is a simple document which lists out the powers that you want to share with the POA holder. To execute the Power of Attorney (POA) , Use the sample POA template and register In the registrar office.