Vermont Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

The Vermont Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney is a legally-binding form that sets out the acts an Agent elected by a party known as the Principal will be permitted to execute on the Principal’s behalf. The Principal has the freedom to decide which acts they wish for the Agent to perform, with options ranging from buying to selling to renting a property. They must, however, ensure they are not contravening laws regarding how Power of Attorney arrangements affect the conveyance of real estate property, as noted by § 305.

Laws: Title 27, § 305

Signing requirements (Title 14, § 3503) – The form requires the principal’s signature to be viewed by one (1) witness AND be notarized. The notary public cannot be included as the witness.