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Guía de modelo de escritura de poder general en el idioma inglés. Este modelo
se puede preparar para un poderdante que reside en los Estados Unidos de
América que lo juramente ante un notario público en su ciudad y lo envíe al
notario en Puerto Rico con la legitimación de firma requerida por el Tratado
de la Haya para que sea protocolizado y elevado a escritura pública. Este
modelo trata sobre la designación de un poderdante para que el apoderado
entienda en lo relacionado con una herencia. Esta guía se provee para la
revisión, enmienda y aprobación del notario.
POWER OF ATTORNEY
_____________________ also known as _______________________ and ______________________,
of legal age, single, and resident of ____________ of the United States of America, hereby
STATE AND DECLARE that:
1. My father, passed away on ___________________________, in
2. ____________________________, Puerto Rico. I am a heir of my father as per the
Judgment issued on _________________ , and notified on _____________, by the
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Superior Court, San Juan. Part in case number
______________, In Re: the Estate includes real estate and personal property in within the
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and hereinafter referred to as the ESTATE.
3. I DESIGNATE and GRANT __________________ also known as ______________
(hereinafter referred to as attorney-in-fact), of legal age, single, retired, and resident of
_________________, Puerto Rico, the following powers to represent me within the
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico regarding all matters related to Estate of my father.
4. The attorney-in-fact will act as my representative, executor, and
administrator (referred in Spanish as "Albacea" or "Administrador") and represent me
before administrative agencies, such as, but not limited, to the Department of the
Treasury, the Center for Collections of Municipal Income (CRIM) and the Registry of
Property. I expressly authorize him to sign and request information before the above
referenced agencies and any other administrative agency or government entity as
deemed necessary in order to facilitate and pursue any affairs on behalf of the Estate.
5. The attorney-in-fact is also authorized to represent me before any court or
the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the United States Court of Appeals for the First
Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court, and their administrative agencies (State
and Federal) ¡including the power to represent me in all judicial and administrative
proceedings until the conclusion of the proceeding whereby final judgments and
resolutions, voluntarily dismissals and or settlements are obtained. He is authorized to
retain attorneys, experts, and consultants as deemed necessary to conduct the affairs
of the Estate. He is also authorized to retain the services necessary in actions filed
against him while conducting the Estate affairs.
6. The attorney-in-fact is allowed to issued and sign and execute all types if
documents, either private or public, which may o may not be registered before the