A legal document where a donor appoints an attorney to act on the donor's behalf in areas of property and financial affairs. A general power of attorney, unlike an enduring power of attorney will come to an end if the donor becomes mentally incapacitatedâ€¢ Powers of Attorney
A broad power given by a principal to an agent that enables the agent to act for the principal. See Specific Power of Attorney.
A legal document that gives a person the power to manage anotherâ€™s assets and financial affairs.
a blanket right given by the Principal to the Agent, permitting the Agent to do anything that the Principal could do
a broad grant of power for the person named as the attorney-in-fact to perform any financial transactions on behalf of the principal that the person could do himself or herself
a document drafted to authorize one person to act for another person
a legal document authorizing someone to act on your behalf
a legal document that allows you to nominate one or more attorneys to act on your behalf
a legal document which authorises one
an instrument in writing whereby one person, a principal, appoints another as his agent or attorney in fact and confers authority to perform broad and encompassing acts on behalf of the principal
a powerful tool to enable your business and personal affairs to be conducted with no interruption if you are incapacitated, either mentally or physically
a power of attorney authorizing
a written document stating that one person gives to another the full power and authority to represent him or her
An unlimited agency. The agent is authorized to act in whatever capacity the principal actually has. In some jurisdictions, such an agency would be ineffective for some transactions such as land conveyances.
Provides your Agent with the broadest authority possible. It says that at any time â€“ and in just about any capacity â€“ your Agent can conduct business in your name. The Agent can be given great discretion.
A legal document which gives the person he or she chooses the power to manage his or her assets and financial affairs while her or she is alive.
A power of attorney that authorizes the attorney-in-fact to perform any and all acts the taxpayer can perform.
A type of power of attorney relationship in which the attorney or agent is charged with and authorized to enter into contracts and agreements on behalf of the principal within the defined scope of the agency.
A short form of power prescribed by the General Powers of Attorney Act 1971 by which the donor of the power authorises his attorney to do anything that he could have done himself. Such powers end if the donor becomes mentally incapable of managing his own affairs. Contrast Enduring Powers of Attorney.
An arrangement where a person is authorized to act for someone else in any capacity. In some places, this type of arrangement is ineffective for certain types of transactions.
A document which gives your selected representative broad authority to make decisions relating to your assets.
The empowerment of another party to act in all matters with the same complete authority of the party granting the power