Power of Attorney- is it possible........... - Posted by Paul.....

Posted by Stacy (AZ) on March 25, 2000 at 02:08:04:

I don’t see why not. Have the appropriate local state form faxed to her, have her sign in front of a notary where ever she is, and fax back to you. Overnight mail may be better, since double faxed documents tend to get hard to read. It would be the same story for an out of state owner who is selling a house to you.


Power of Attorney- is it possible… - Posted by Paul…

Posted by Paul… on March 24, 2000 at 22:54:37:

Can I be granted Power of Attorney privledges for the sake of signing my wife’s signature to a legal document (Real Estate Contract)? She’s out of State and I need to execute a L/P Agreement and the seller indictes her name should be on it as well.
Can this even be accomplished while she is out of town?
Thanks, Paul.

Re: Power of Attorney- is it possible… - Posted by chill

Posted by chill on March 25, 2000 at 19:23:27:

It is possible in the State of Ohio. I am about to close on a house on the 29th while my wife is in Dallas on business. We went to the title company to have her sign the Power of Attorney. The Power of Attorney was to sign for that property only and not any other purpose.