The Wyoming real estate power of attorney is a document that is used to grant authority to a real estate agent or other individual who will represent the principal in the transfer or management of real estate. The agreement may be made to be durable, which means it will persist beyond the real estate agent’s incapacity (mentally or physically). Alternatively, it may terminate upon the principal losing the ability to think and act for themselves. Once completed and double-checked for accuracy, both parties may sign before a notary public placing the form into effect.
Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements – Notary Public § 3-9-105
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