This range of New Zealand power of attorney documents allows for a person to act on a companies behalf with respect to a specific purpose or function.
This Power of Attorney is a document by which a New Zealand company appoints a person to be the company's attorney to act on its behalf in respect of a specific property but excluding power to mortgage or sell.
This Power of Attorney is a document by which a New Zealand company appoints a person to be the company's attorney to act on its behalf in respect of a specific project or purpose, such as the sale of a property, or negotiation of a contract.
This Power of Attorney is a document by which a New Zealand company appoints a person to be the company's attorney with unlimited power to sign any documents for the company and act on its behalf on any matter.
A Deed giving notice of revocation of a Power of Attorney given by a New Zealand company. This notice is to be given to an attorney to cease that person's on-going authority as attorney of the company.
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