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Power of Attorney >> Granting Broad Powers >> to notary or not to notary?

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#41, posted 15 Mar 2022 10:25 am125 words
sariangel (Offline)

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I jus finished filling out a military general poa for my husband, and the first big paragragh says "Federal Law exempts a military power of attorney from any requirement of form, substance, formality or recording that is perscribed for Powers of Attorney by the laws of any state, commonwealth, territory, district, or possesion of the United States. Federal law specifies that a military power of attorney shall be given the same legal effect as a power of attorney prepared and executed in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction where presented." And later it also states that "no seal is required on this certificate" if signed by a noncommissioned officer. Does that mean I don't have to get it notarized by an NP???

Thanks, Sarah

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