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Powers of attorney
A power of attorney document is a document where a grantor grants certain rights to a grantee to manage a part of their life. For example, if an old person is going to the hospital, and is not sure if they will be cognicent, they might be a grantor who grants power of attorney to their son ( the grantee) to handle their medical decisions or financial transactions. Particular banks have their own power of attorney forms and will not accept any general form. Some of their forms don't have room for a notary seal, and they won't accept attached notary certificates either. How unreasonable!

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