general power of attorney

Definition of "general power of attorney"
  1. An authoritative document that grants the appointed agent broad legal authority to manage the executor's affairs within the limits of the law
How to use "general power of attorney" in a sentence
  1. With a general power of attorney, an agent can manage all aspects of the principal's life.
  2. An individual might assign a trusted person a general power of attorney if they anticipate becoming incapacitated.
  3. A general power of attorney can cover a wide range of actions, including buying and selling real estate, managing finances, and making healthcare decisions.

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