A New Hampshire real estate power of attorney allows individuals to appoint an agent to make certain real estate decisions on their behalf. Although this authority is usually given to handle real estate closings, it may also be used to give an agent the right to purchase real estate, manage property, renovate buildings, and refinance mortgages in the principal’s name. Once the contract has been properly signed and notarized, it remains effective until its termination date or until it is revoked. If a termination date is not set, the power of attorney ends when the principal dies or is incapacitated.
Laws – § 564-E:204
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 564-E:105(2)(b))
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