An Alaska real estate power of attorney allows a landlord or property owner to elect someone else to manage, sell, buy, refinance, or execute any other real estate-related task. The Alaska real estate power of attorney follows the durable laws meaning that the term “real estate transactions” on the statutory form is defined and expanded in AS 13.26.665(7) to include deeds, assignments, mortgages, leases, notices, and any other type of authorization that the owner of the property may be able to do themselves. Therefore, this document should only be authorized and signed if the agent selected is someone the principal can trust.
Laws – AS 13.26.645
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (AS 13.26.600)
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