A Nevada real estate power of attorney is a document that property owners can use to authorize a third party to act on their behalf regarding the sale, rental, management or refinancing of their property. This type of representative (the “agent”) is usually appointed for a real estate closing and their appointment ends once the sale has been completed. However, the power of attorney may continue until the principal is incapacitated or dies, as stated in the contract. Once the document has been properly executed, it becomes legally binding until such a time that the contract is terminated or revoked by the principal.
Laws – § 162A.480
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 162A.220)
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