Asking about New York state specifically, but curious about an answer towards any state.
In one durable General Power of Attorney agreement:
Party A has agency over Party B (A is the agent, B is the principal.)
In a second, separate durable General Power of Attorney agreement:
Party B has agency over Party C (B is the agent, C is the principal.)
Assuming both B and C are incapacitated...
Can A make determinations for party C, acting in their B's / C's best interest? Is there a special term for this?