The Indiana real estate power of attorney is a document used specifically for granting certain real estate-related powers to an agent. The principal, individual who executes the document, can use the provided form to select all the powers they wish to hand over to their agent. Examples of an agent’s duties could include selling and buying property, refinancing, mortgages, and deeds, and general real estate management tasks. The agent should be someone the principal trusts but also an individual capable of handling the aforementioned duties, ideally a person with a background in real estate law or management. For the power of attorney to be valid, the principal must sign the document in the presence of a notary public.
Laws – § 30-5-5-2
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 30-5-4-1(4))
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