A Kansas real estate power of attorney is a legal document that is used to appoint a representative to act on the principal’s behalf with regard to real estate transactions. In addition to purchasing and selling property, the appointed agent may be given the power to manage or refinance a particular property for the principal. The period of effectiveness of a real estate power of attorney is specified by the principal upon execution of the document. It may terminate on a certain date, upon revocation by the principal, or upon the principal’s incapacity or death. The agent may not perform any other duties other than those designated by the principal in the power of attorney form.
Signing Requirements (§ 58-652(a)(3)) – Notary Public
Kansas General Power of Attorney – A document that enables the principal to grant their agent broad and sweeping powers over their estate and other financial affairs.