عنوان مقاله [English]
According to Article 661 of the Civil Code, if the power of attorney is absolute, it will only be related to the management of the client's property. A power of attorney that is for absolute possession and for a specific belonging is called absolute power of attorney, but a power of attorney that is for general possession and for absolute possession is called general power of attorney. In this article, the jurisprudential roots of absolute and general advocacy are explained. The books of jurists and reliable jurists will be used to clarify the matter. At the same time, although we are facing a severe shortage of resources on the subject, it is hoped that the present work will become a new loophole for future authors and researchers.