Special Power of Attorney is a document by virtue of which a person has special powers given to be used in special circumstances. The person giving power of attorney is called the principle while the person taking such power of attorney is called the agent.
Power of Attorney can be classified into two types. The General Power of Attorney and the Special Power of Attorney. General Power of Attorney gives vast powers to the agent. For the same reasons it includes difficult registration process and heavy costs of its registration.
Special Power of Attorney is generally easy to execute with having very less expenses involved in its registration. A most common type of Special Power of Attorney is the Special Power of Attorney for litigation purposes in which the principle appoints an agent to sign documents and pursue cases on his/her behalf in the court
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