The Alabama real estate power of attorney allows someone else to handle responsibilities related to their property. This is most commonly used when selecting an attorney to handle a real estate closing but may also be used to refinance or manage tenants on a property. The State rules for real estate power of attorney are the same as the durable laws, meaning, the owner of the property must sign this form in the presence of a notary public.
Agent Certification – Must be attached to the power of attorney document (§ 26-1A-302).
Laws – § 26-1A-204
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 26A-1A-105)
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