The Wisconsin real estate power of attorney is a document that a homeowner or buyer must draft if they wish to have a third party (an agent) represent them in the transfer or management of real estate. The form will allow the principal to define the term (durable or non-durable) and the tasks that the agent will be given the authority to carry out. Once all parties have agreed to the terms of the agreement, they can sign before a notary public and set the business relationship in motion.
Laws – § 244.44
Signing requirements – Notary Public § 244.05
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