Virginia Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form
The Virginia Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney sets out in writing everything that is required by state law for party (called the Agent) to represent an individual (called the Principal) when carrying out one or multiple real estate tasks. The Agent may be anyone that the Principal believes will possesses the capabilities to carry out the tasks they list in a manner that is conducive their best interests. Thus, it may be advantageous for them to pick someone who has previous experience completing such tasks or someone known to be mature and reliable.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (§ 64.2-1603) – When a Principal is ready to move forward with their Virginia Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney, they will need to finish the following tasks:
- Sign the completed document, and
- Acknowledge the form before a Notary Public or another individual who is authorized by law to take acknowledgments.