A Maryland real estate power of attorney is a form that allows an individual (referred to as the principal) to designate someone else (referred to as the real estate attorney/agent) to make real estate decisions on their behalf. In the circumstances that the first attorney is unavailable or not able to serve, the principal can identify a substitute attorney in this form. The signatures have to be eyewitnessed by a notary. This form is subject to revocation at any time based on the conditions the principal stipulates.
Statutes – Maryland General and Limited Power of Attorney Act (§§ 17-101 — 17-203)
Signature Prerequisites (MD Code, Real Property, § 4-107; MD Code, Estates and Trusts, § 17-110) – Two Eyewitnesses and Notary Public.
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If you download, read the following instructions to fill it properly.
The Attorney has to read all of the details regarding the obligations to the principal
Enter the principal’s signature
Enter the Attorney’s signature
The attorney has to read this paragraph to learn the circumstances in which an Attorney would stop serving the principal in this capacity.
This paragraph has to be studied by the Attorney to become informed of the implications of breaking the law while serving as an Attorney for a principal.
The principal has to fill out their name
Supply the name of the Attorney
Fill out the Attorney’s Location
Fill out the Attorney’s Mobile number
Fill out the particular real estate for which the Attorney will serve the principal
Fill out the principal’s name
The principal has to read paragraphs (1 through 9)
Each authority has to be conscientiously reviewed by the principal, who must then signature the space before each authority they wish to assign to their Attorney.
Restrictions on Attorney’s Power
Fill in the principal’s signature
Date the signature
Supply the principal’s postal address
Provide the principal’s Mobile Number
The Notary has to witness the principal’s signature and complete this paragraph and attach the state seal
Supply the principal’s Name
Read the declaration beneath the signature
The first witness needs to sign
Print the name of the first witness
Fill in the postal address of the first Witness
Supply the mobile number for the first Witness
signature of the second Witness
Printed name for the second Witness
Postal address for the second Witness
Provide the mobile number for the second Witness
If the principal wants to include an alternate Attorney, provide the secondary attorney’s details in the lower part of the form.
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