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Termination of Mandates

 Important Notice
*Mandate Type:
General                  - Revocation of all general power of attorneys entered into between persons.
Special (All)          - Revocation of all special power of attorneys between people with regards to immovable property only.  
Special (Specific)  - Revocation of one or more special power of attorneys between people regards immovable property only.
General and Special (G&S) – Revocation of all general powers of attorney and special powers of attorney.
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What is the difference between a general and special power of attorney (POA)?
 
A general power of attorney gives broad authorizations to the mandatory. The mandatory may be able to make medical decisions, legal choices, or financial or business decisions. A special power of attorney limits what choices the mandatory can make.  For instance the mandator can simply give authorization to sell a particular property. This special power of attorney must be related to the transfer of immovable property only – hereinafter referred to as ‘Specific’. In this case one will need to provide a copy of the special power of attorney being terminated.
You can therefore have several different special POAs, with different specific authorisations and also with different mandatories for each. One can therefore terminate all special power of attorneys with regards to immovable property – hereinafter referred to as ‘Specific –All’.
Office of the Notary to Government and Notarial Archives
2/3, Mikiel Anton Vassalli Street 
Valletta VLT 1310
 
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