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Cebu Legal Blog is published by the Lepiten and Bojos Law Office. It is a SEC registered law partnership between Atty. Magdalena Lepiten and Atty. Anna Fionah Bojos. Office Address: 21 F Don Pedro Rodriguez St., Capitol Site, Cebu City 6000, Philippines. Tel. No. 2548005. It specializes on corporate or business law, real estate and family law.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Special Power of Attorney for Lawyer to Represent Client in the Pre-Trial

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

That I, _____________, of legal age, Filipino, married, and resident of Cebu City do hereby appoint, name and constitute LEPITEN AND BOJOS LAW OFFICE to be my true and lawful attorneys to act in, manage and conduct all my affairs, and for that purpose in my name and in my behalf to do and execute all of any of the following acts, deeds and things, to wit:

That they are authorized to file cases and make representation in my behalf in any courts of law or any quasi-judicial or administrative bodies, or any government agencies, sign all papers and documents, demand and receive any papers so that my interest will be preserved, protected or maintained, but most specifically to attend, represent me in the Civil Case for Declaration of Nullity of Marriage.

That they are authorized to enter into stipulations or admissions of facts and of documents during pre-trial, and in all phases or stages of a trial, as the Rules of Court may provide and warrant in all cases that will be filed by my attorney-in-fact.

And generally to do and perform all and every act and thing which may be requisite, necessary or proper to carry out the above purposes.

My attorneys-in fact hereby accepts this appointment subject to its terms and agrees to act and perform in said fiduciary capacity consistent with my best interest as they in their best discretion deems advisable, and I affirm and ratify all acts so undertaken.

That they are given the authority of substitution wherein they may authorize another person to act in their behalf as my attorney-in-fact.

GIVING AND GRANTING unto said attorney-in-fact full power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requisite and necessary to be done in and about the premises, hereby ratifying and confirming all that said attorney-in-fact shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue of these presents.

This power of attorney may be revoked by me at any time, and shall be automatically revoked upon my death, provided that any person relying on her power of attorney before or after death shall be given full rights to accept the authority of my attorney-in-fact until in receipt of actual notice of revocation.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have affixed my signature this ______________in Cebu City, Philippines.

CLIENT'S NAME
Affiant
CTC No. __________
Issued on ________
Issued at __________



Signed in the presence of:


_________________                                     __________________






ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Republic of the Philippines)
City of Cebu) S.S

Before me, a notary in the Province and City of Cebu, personally appeared the above named persons with their respective Community Tax Certificate/Passport, who is personally known to me to be the same and/ or identified through competent evidence of identity as defined by Rules on Notarial Practice, who presented the foregoing instrument and signed the instrument in my presence, and who took an oath before me as to such instrument. They acknowledge to me that the execution such act or deed is their free and voluntary act.

Witness my hand and seal this __________



Doc. No.: ___
Page No.: __                                                                   Notary Public
Book No.: ___
Series of 2010

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