And we declare that this power of attorney is granted on the condition that all costs related to the exercise of any of the aforementioned powers are the responsibility of these lawyers or developers and that we are not responsible for them. …) An irrevocable general power of the seller for the benefit of the buyer or his administrator, which authorizes him to manage, process and sell the property without reference to the property. In 2009, 7 SCC 363, we drew attention to the negative effects of so-called general power sales (abbreviated as “surrogacy sales”) or sales acquisitions. A general power of the seller in favor of the buyer or his stock exchange, authorizing the lawyer to sell or transfer the property, and a special power. . . .