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Yes. For several years I (a resident of Maryland) held and exercised a PoA granted to me by my father, a resident of NY state. It was accepted sand acted on by several financial institutions, an accountant, and several government agencies. The Maryland statutory form of a Power of attorney is given in code Section 17-202. Nothing in that form requires or ...


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Can my brother in FL give me his POA when I reside in NC, not FL Yes. This is done routinely. In this situation, the POA instrument would usually have an express choice of law clause that states that Florida law applies (but such a clause is not necessary for the POA to be valid and there are few differences in the agency law of powers of attorney between ...


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