If the transaction is carried out by a third party authorized by a power of attorney issued abroad, the power of attorney must include authorization for the procedure to be made. In addition, the power of attorney must meet the following conditions:
It should be arranged by Turkish consulates on real estate according to their own will.
It must be regulated by the competent authorities who have the right to issue power of attorney abroad.
It must be regulated in the language of the country in which it is organized.
It should contain a photo (there should be a legible seal and signature on the photo).
It must contain apostille if regulated in a country that is a party to the Hague Treaty.
If the signature confirmation and power of attorney indicating that the power of attorney has been officially signed by the relevant authority are issued in a country that is not a member of the Hague Agreement, the signature and seal of the relevant authority must be approved by the Turkish Consulate.
The application must also have a notarized and sworn Turkish translation of the power of attorney that meets the necessary criteria.