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Kentucky Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated on October 28th, 2021

A Kentucky real estate power of attorney is a document that enables a principal to appoint an agent to handle real property assignments on their behalf. This type of form falls under the category of a special or limited power of attorney because the agent is only authorized to perform specific actions: to buy, sell, manage, or refinance a particular piece of property.

Although the authority is limited, the duration of a real estate power of attorney can vary greatly. The principal may elect for the document’s validity to remain intact in the event of their incapacitation. Alternatively, the principal may establish a termination date for the agent’s authority. In all cases, the form will become void upon the principal’s death or a signed revocation form.

Statute – § 457.270

Signing Requirements (§ 457.050) – Notary Public

Related Forms

Kentucky General Power of Attorney – This type of non-durable power of attorney can be used to authorize an agent to handle the principal’s finances and estate generally.

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