Power Of Attorney Financial Glossary

What is it? An authority by which one person (principal) enables another (attorney in fact) to act for him/her. (1) General power - authorizes sale, mortgaging, etc. of all property of the principal. Invalid in some jurisdictions. (2) Special power - specifies property, buyers, price and terms. How specific it must be varies in each state.

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