Massachusetts Motor Vehicle (RMV) Power of Attorney Form

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The Massachusetts Motor Vehicle (RMV) Power of Attorney outlines a number of key provisions relating to the delegation of one or more motor vehicle-related tasks from the owner of a vehicle (the “principal”) to a party they entrust. Given that the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has not issued a particular form that must be used to use to signify such a request, principals can instead use a form that comprehensively covers the details of an arrangement of this nature. The following is a sample of some of the tasks the principal can assign to the agent with the form:

  • Transfer a title
  • Apply for registration and title
  • Request information regarding a vehicle
  • Request verification of a vehicle
  • Purchase or sell a motor vehicle

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws: MA Uniform Probate Code

Signing Requirements: The POA should be signed by the principal as well as an entity that is licensed to notarize documents.

Massachusetts RMV Forms: To complete the task(s) requested by the principal, the agent may need to complete and file additional forms. To access RMV’s database of free forms, head to RMV forms and applications. The most common forms used for POAs include: