The Power must include language that it is specific to the current transaction. A copy of the Transferor/Transferee’s current government issued identification will be required at closing. Please be advised that there is a charge for review of such Power of Attorney. If POA is executed in a foreign country, it MUST be notarized at US Consulate or have an Apostille. A notary public of that country, even if in English, will not be accepted without an Apostille.
5. If Closing as Trust or an Estate, and the Trustee or Executor is unable to be present at Closing, please allow sufficient notice for documents to be pre-signed. In some instances, co-op counsel will be required to review the Estate or Trust documents prior to the closing. In those cases, a legal fee will be imposed and collected at the time of the closing.