Establishing a corporation using a nominee gives the corporation a very effective means of maintaining security.
Of course, all corporate rights are at the true owner, which is legally protected by the documents Power of Attorney or Declaration of Trust .
Therefore, usually only the owner of the corporation (person specified in Power of Atani) can sign the contract accompanying the actual business activities.
Nominee is still the director of your corporation on the document, even after the publication of the Power of Atrani, and you can be authorized to sign if the owner approves.
In this case, the nominee is not always authorized to sign every document, just one sign authority per contract, and no other authority at all.
This is only true if the true owner of the corporation gives the authority. At the same time, only if the nominee (or the system of the country of incorporation) allows such support.
When asking a nominee to sign, you must always make sure that the contract (or other document) is legal against local law. If you ask a nominee to sign, you must first sign a Non-Responsibility Letter (a document stating that the No-responsibility letter is the responsibility of the true owner). there is. Without this, the nominee will not respond to the signature.
Please see the link below for the cost and time required to request a nominee sign: