Michigan Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Michigan real estate power of attorney grants an agent the authority to carry out real estate transactions on behalf of someone else. Individuals commonly use this document if they’re unavailable to manage their rental properties or sign closing papers. With the POA, the agent can handle these duties for the principal, ensuring their real estate affairs are correctly cared for.

Michigan Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Michigan real estate power of attorney grants an agent the authority to carry out real estate transactions on behalf of someone else. Individuals commonly use this document if they’re unavailable to manage their rental properties or sign closing papers. With the POA, the agent can handle these duties for the principal, ensuring their real estate affairs are correctly cared for.

Last updated June 12th, 2024

A Michigan real estate power of attorney grants an agent the authority to carry out real estate transactions on behalf of someone else. Individuals commonly use this document if they’re unavailable to manage their rental properties or sign closing papers. With the POA, the agent can handle these duties for the principal, ensuring their real estate affairs are correctly cared for.

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Signing Requirements

In Michigan, the principal’s signature must either be notarized or witnessed by two individuals (neither witness can be the principal’s agent).[1]

Attorney-in-Fact Acknowledgment

Acknowledgment of the Attorney-in-Fact’s Responsibilities – If a POA is durable (i.e., remains valid if the principal becomes incapacitated), the agent must sign this form.[2]

 

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Michigan Real Estate Power Of Attorney