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

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#42, posted 17 Mar 2022 10:39 pm, in reply to #4179 words
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Dear Sariangel,

As you correctly mentioned in you question, the requirements for issuance of a Military Power of Attorney differ from regular Power of Attorney. While it is true that Military POA does not require Notary Public Acknowledgment, people that deal with this document are often get confused because of absence of Notary stamp. Therefore, it will not harm to have it notarized as a regular power of attorney, to make your life easier afterwards.

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