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Formal requirements to file the Power of Attorney (POA) with the Polish Patent Office.

Updated: Jun 4, 2019

1. In order to fulfill formal requirements it is necessary to file with the Polish Patent Office a Power of Attorney (POA) along with a document certifying that the person who signed the POA had the authority to sign documents on behalf of the company on date of signature. 2. Most frequently, the documents filed with the Polish Patent Office are extracts from the Register of Companies, but notarised declarations or minutes from company shareholders’ meetings are also accepted. Any documents in a foreign language require a sworn translation into Polish. 3. NO LEGALIZATION REQUIRED, but is acceptable. 4. The POA with apostille is acceptable. 5. Preferred method to file the POA with the Polish Patent Office: - a Power of Attorney (POA) along with an extract from the Register of Companies certifying that the person who signed the POA had the authority to sign documents on behalf of the company on date of signature.

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