Thanks @Anil.Gupta for your guide
I have been searching information about POA and have been calling India about this.
I’m planning to sell a property in India and want to give POA to my father-in-law, and at that place as you said in another post people are making up their own rules about POA. Don’t know if mine is going to be accepted.
Should I give general POA or specific to that property, in case I would be needing second POA to manage another property.
I read some post there is mention of passport photos the sample from special-power-attorney-sample/ doesn’t have any mention of it, is that on application for embassy, if you have any other format could you share.
I read somewhere that the POA should be posted in a sealed envelope to be opened in-front of sub-registrar, is that right
Is address of property is enough or do I have to mention sale deed number and any other details.