• Can an attorney gift an immovable property

Can an attorney gift an immovable property on behalf of the principle?
Does the attorney have the right to gift the property on behalf of the principle?
Asked 3 years ago in Property Law from Kolkata, West Bengal
if the Power of attorney is coupled with interest, then he can execute any document in favour of any body. suppose if it is not coupled with interest, then he shall have no such power.
Ananth Kumar
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A General  power of attorney  if confers powers to gift to a particular person specified and the GPA is registered only then GPA can execute gift on behalf of owner.in other words if name of done is mentioned then power of attorney holder can execute the gift deed on behalf of the principal .
Ajay Sethi
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