Certification of a power of attorney is the absence of a notary
Question: “I am a VIP client and a very busy person. Can I sign a power of attorney and send it to a notary for certification?" Physically I just have no time to go to his office.”
Answer:“No, the client's signature on the power of attorney is put so that the notary personally can see the fact of signing, moreover, the notary should verify that the principal understands what he signs, and what consequences it entails for the signer. At the same time, the notary has the right to accept the client in the client’s office or at his house, but in this case the fee of the notary will be quite high.