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The article presents the scope of an independent proxy authorization and reviews the provisions where a controversy arises in academic interpretation. The paper primarily focuses on the exemplification of the acts performed by the proxy by regrouping those acts into judicial, non-judicial and commercial ones. Finally, the author draws attention to a catalogue of the activities that can be undertaken by an independent proxy provided that he receives the special power of attorney. The catalogue placed in the Civil Code is not clear for both: the judiciary and the doctrine, thus it should be changed by the legislator. This study provides the readers with de lege ferenda solutions on the legislative vacuum of the independent proxy regulation.