Validating a power of attorney
Under Article 2(2) EPC, a European patent shall, in each of the contracting states for which it is granted, have the effect of and be subject to the same conditions as a national patent granted by that state, unless otherwise provided in the EPC.As regards national translation requirements, please consult Table IV of the EPO brochure "National law relating to the EPC" and the page "London Agreement." Under the national law of the extension and validation states, a European patent extended to or validated in those states has the effect of a national patent granted by the relevant state and is subject to the same conditions.If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us at [email protected] it's unpleasant to think about, there may come a time when you aren't able to make important decisions for yourself.As regards national translation requirements, please consult Table IV of the EPO brochure "National law relating to the EPC".Power of Attorney is normally granted in favour of someone you trust and it is particularly useful if you are unable to come to Spain and have transactions that need to be completed here.
The Arizona Power of Attorney is specific to the laws of the state of Arizona and should be created by residents of Arizona and signed in front of a Arizona notary public.
It is essential that you get a good Spanish solicitor to draft the document for you, using the correct terminology.