Georgia Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form T-8)
The Georgia Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (T-8) makes it possible for vehicle owners to appoint an Attorney-in-Fact to represent them before the Georgia Department of Revenue or any of the County Tax Commissioners’ offices in the state for matters concerning their vehicle. The form authorizes the Attorney-in-Fact to apply for an original or replacement certificate of title, to transfer title, and perform any other actions the motor vehicle owner would perform themselves.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney
Signing Requirements (§ 10-6B-5) – The Georgia Department of Revenue requires the vehicle owner to sign the form, and their signature must be sworn and subscribed by a Notary Public.
In order for the vehicle owner’s request for a Power of Attorney to be processed, the Department requires that the submission of the Form T-8 is accompanied by a copy of the appointed Attorney-in-Fact’s driver’s license or state issued ID.