Real Estate Forms
When buying or selling a property overseas, it is common practice to appoint an agent or lawyer to handle the legal process for you. This is usually done by way of a Power of Attorney; this process saves you from having to travel to the country where the property is located. The system is not the same for every country; legal restrictions may apply. More examples of where the services of a notary public are required will be added in the ‘Country Focus’ section.