Article 186. The term of the power of attorney.
1. The term of a power of attorney may not exceed three years. If the term in the power of attorney is not specified, it shall remain in force for a year from the day it was made. The power of attorney, which does not specify the date of its commission, is void. 2. A power of attorney certified by a notary, intended for actions taken abroad and not containing an indication of the period of its validity, shall remain valid until it is canceled by the person who issued the power of attorney.
References to other articles of chapter 10. Representation. Power of attorney: