Power of attorney to dispose of deceased brother's motorbike and other posessions

My brother died in November 2015. I am initiating probate in the US. He also rented a home in Thailand, where he had a motorbike and various household possessions. How to I give a power of attorney to someone in Thailand to dispose of his motorbike and possessions, ship various things back to the USA, etc.?
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Asked 9 years ago
Peter

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There are special forms at the transportation department. It is NOT any special power of attorney. Not only that, when you transfer a motorcycle, they want to inspect it and see it. In your case, the owner, your brother, is deceased. He can't give a power of attorney. So what you need is a court order, that you are appointed executor for this case. The transportation department, just like the land department and most authorities in Thailand will require a Court order. To get it in Thailand will take about 3 months and will unfreeze also his bank accounts and others.
Answered 9 years ago
Sebastian

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