Regardin the PoAs, there are two contractual relationships that need attention. The first is the more general one, where the grantor gives the agent powers to incorporate a company.
Since incorporation of a company involves several agencies in Brazil, this PoA will usually be explicit about powers to represent the grantor before many agencies, including the Brazilian Revenue Service (Receita Federal), where the CNPJ is granted.
The second Power of Attorney (which is usually granted within the same document) may or may not be given to the same person that receives the first one.
It is mandatory, for the law states that any foreign investor in Brazil must have, permanently, a local representative with powers to receive court summoning. This is mainly to avoid delays in summoning should the foreign investor be actioned in any lawsuit here in Brazil.
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