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LIBRO DE ESCRITURAS PÚBLICAS
PODER ESPECIAL N° 1075 / 2013
Tomo 3 . Página 1075
En la ciudad de MIAMI, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, el 20 de septiembre de 2013, ante mi, ….., CONSUL en esta ciudad, comparecen las señoritas JEANET VELEZ , domiciliada en ORLANDO FLORIDA 32820, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA; MARGARITA ORDOÑEZ, domiciliada BOCA RATON FLORIDA 33428, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA; y, LINDA VELEZ, domiciliada en ORLANDO FLORIDA 32820, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA; legalmente capaces a quienes de conocer doy fe, y quienes libre y voluntariamente, en uso de sus legítimos derechos, confieren PODER ESPECIAL, amplio y suficiente, cual en derecho se requiere a favor de la señora MARIA YEPEZ, de nacionalidad ECUATORIANA, mayor de edad, domiciliada en Peru, para que en su nombre y representación realice todos y cada uno de los trámites que se requieran, obtenga todos los requisitos indispensalbes y suscriba la Escritura de Venta, referente al bien inmueble ubicado la lotización Alta Gracia, con las siguientes dimensiones y linderos: Por el frente, diez metros y linderos con calle pública; Por atrás, los mismos diez metros y linderos con parte del Lote número tres de la misma manzana; Por un costado, veinticinco metros y linderos con el Lote número cuatro de la misma manzana; y, Por el otro costado, los mismos veinticinco metros y linderando con el lote de terreno número seis de la misma manzana; con una superficie total de DOSCIENTOS CINCUENTA METROS CUADRADOS. De igual forma la mandataria queda autorizada para suscribir la escritura pública de venta de la mencionada propiedad, así como realizar pagos de impuestos municipales, en definitiva le faculta para que realice todo acto o contrato tendiente a perfeccionar la venta de la propiedad descrita en lineas anteriores. En fin las poderdantes confieren a su mandataria todas las facultades comunes y…...

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