FREE UK Specific Power of Attorney

This free Specific Power of Attorney is used in the United Kingdom to grant an agent the power to make certain decisions and conduct certain business on behalf of the person granting the power.

Disclaimer:This was not drafted by an attorney & should not be used as a legal document.


This Power of Attorney is made on [Date] by [Name], having my permanent residence at [Address], thereafter referred as the Principal.

Subject to provided hereinafter below, I, the Principal hereby appoints [Name], having his permanent residence at [Address] to be my lawfully Attorney who has the right to place a trade request or order instruction on account [Number] in the name of the Principal between the Principal and [Third Party for which POA Is made](UK) and whose registered office is [Address];

The Principal undertakes to ratify and confirm whatever the Attorney does or purports to do in good faith in the exercise of any power conferred by this Power of Attorney.

The Principal declares that a person who deals with the Attorney in good faith may accept a written statement signed by the Attorney to the effect that this Power of Attorney has not been revoked as conclusive evidence of that fact.

The Principal undertakes to indemnify the Attorney fully against all claims, losses, costs, expenses, damages or liability which the Principal sustains or incurs as a result of any action taken in good faith pursuant to this Power of Attorney (including any cost incurred in enforcing this indemnity).

This Power of Attorney (and any dispute, controversy, proceedings or claim of whatever nature arising out of or in any way relating to this Power of Attorney or its formation or any act performed or claimed to be performed under it) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law (United Kingdom).

Signed and Executed by me:




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