A Kansas real estate power of attorney allows a principal (the person creating the document) to choose a representative who can make decisions on their behalf. The powers granted to the representative will be limited to that of real estate management (e.g., buying property, listing a property for sale, hiring labor, signing leases, etc.). Kansas statute § 58-654 allows this power of attorney to be made “durable,” which means the representative’s authority will not be affected when the principal becomes incapacitated. However, the principal may also establish a termination date upon which the representative will be released of all real estate-related rights.
Laws – § 58-654
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 58-652(3))
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