Florida Real Estate (Property) Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Florida Real Estate (Property) Durable Power of Attorney presents anyone who is a resident of Florida with the opportunity to get another individual or entity to manage their real estate affairs. There are a host of benefits this arrangement offers, such as the fact that it may be more convenient, time-saving, and profitable for the individual to delegate such tasks, rather than try to handle everything from buying to selling their property all on their own.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 709.2105) – The Principal needs to sign the Real Estate (Property) Durable Power of Attorney before a Notary Public and in the presence of two (2) witnesses.