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Questions and Answers on Powers of Attorney

Authored By: Columbia Legal Services
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9900EN - It is often convenient - or even necessary - to have someone else act for you. When you give someone the power to act for you, you give what is called a power of attorney. If you give a power of attorney, you are called the principal and the person you give it to is called the agent or the attorney-in-fact.

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