Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a written authorisation allowing a person (known as the Agent or Attorney-in-Fact) to act on another’s behalf (known as the Principal or Granter) in matters of private, business or legal affairs.

An Agent entrusted with General Power of Attorney (GPA) is given allowance to make a range of personal and business decisions for the Principal Granter, whilst an Agent given Special Power of Attorney (SPA) is limited to specific pre-agreed duties.

Both the parties in the agreement must be legally competent to either instruct on or perform the numerous responsibilities that are bestowed upon the POA, whilst remaining within the constraints of the law in order for the agreement to remain valid, including the legal certification of the authorisation agreement upon the signature of both parties.

Harwell Legal International Law Office’s team of experienced foreign and Thai lawyers can provide a complete service for the drafting and notarisation of Power of Attorney documents. Our specialists offer consultation to all affiliated parties in advance of both the drafting and notarisation process.