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Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document by which a principal designates an agent to act for the principal. The agent is called an attorney in fact. Unless the agent gives some consideration or has some other interest in the matter the power is revocable by the principal. The power is automatically revoked by the disability or death of the principal.

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