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November 22, 2011

Power of Attorney Template

A power of attorney template is required whenever one person needs to assign rights to conduct transactions for another person. This could be to authorize someone to oversee personal finances, conduct business transactions, or act as an agent for nearly anything a person does in their daily life.

The power of attorney template makes executing this legal document quite simple. The person writing the POA is referred to as the Principal and the person receiving authorization is referred to as the Attorney-in-Fact, or Agent.

Anyone can be designated as an agent, as long as they are of legal age. It's common to assign rights to spouses, relatives, business partners, realtors, financial planners, lawyers, and accountants.

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October 15, 2011

Special Power of Attorney

A special power of attorney lets a person engage in specific transactions on behalf of another person. The POA form provides directives regarding the transaction, as well as the date privileges expire.

Common reasons for executing a special power of attorney include authorizing an agent to conduct banking transactions, control financial investments, make business decisions, and buy, sell or trade personal or business assets.

Real estate investors often use this kind of power of attorney to let realtors buy or sell investment properties. Another use is to authorize property management groups to collect rent, conduct background and credit checks, file eviction claims against tenants, or engage in repairs for rental properties.

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October 03, 2011

Special Power of Attorney

A special power of attorney is required when you need a person to handle specific tasks on your behalf. This could be due to you being out of town, hospitalized, or to let others handle transactions related to personal finance, real estate, or health care.

Countless reasons exist for executing special power of attorney documents. Powers can be granted to collect debts, manage real estate investments, sell or buy real estate, manage a business, open or close bank accounts, manage investment portfolios, access safety deposit boxes, sell automobiles, or act as your agent with government entities such as the IRS.

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