Power of Attorney

 

The Ambassador of Mexico can issue Powers of Attorney, either for individuals or for companies seeking to delegate legal representation in Mexico.

Powers of Attorney are either General (for lawsuits, collections and acts of administration), as well as Specific (for specific representation purposes).

To process a power of attorney please contact the consular section +62 (21) 5203980 ext. 301 to schedule an appointment. after getting an appointment is required to confirm it on the electronic link MEXITEL

Requirements:

1.   Application (Download),

2.   Letter explaining the will to issue the Power of Attorney,

3.   Original and photocopies of the persons granting the Power of Attorney,

4.   In the case of companies:

o        Board of Director's resolution by which a particular person is conferred authority to grant Power of Attorney on behalf of the company,

o        Copy of the company's official registry, as well as of its certificate of incorporation,

o        Copy of the bylaws sections currently in force, regarding the name and purpose of the corporation, the powers vested upon the Board of Directors and Officers, as well as the authorized persons to execute contracts and carry out acts, in the name and on behalf of the corporation and to use its corporate seal,

o        Copy of the minutes of the Shareholders' Meeting which resolved on the election of the Members of the Board of Directors and Officers. (with their complete names and titles),

5.  The power of attorney's fee should be paid in the BCA bank account 2551303600 under the name of Embassy of Mexico, branch Menara Mulia, Swift code CENAIDJA. (check list).


IMPORTANT

In case that the person granting the power of attorney is not familiar with the Spanish language, he or she may be accompanied by his/her own interpreter, who must also identify itself by presenting original and a copy of the interpreter's passport.

All documents must be accompanied by their translation into Spanish, bear the Corporate Seal, full name and signature of the corporation's secretary.

All translations must be duly certified by a Notary Public.