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Arizona Special Durable Power of Attorney

Arizona Special Durable Power of Attorney Information

This is a special durable power of attorney for real property. Durable (stays active, even if the principal becomes disabled or incapacitated). The Agent can purchase, sell, mortgage, borrow money, etc., on/against a specific property (which must be described). The powers granted by the principal can be broad or narrowly defined. This is done by choosing which powers the Agent can perform, as listed below. Other acts can be granted to meet the principal's specific needs.

1. Sell, convey, or exchange the above-described property.

2. Borrow money and execute and deliver notes therefor; mortgage or otherwise encumber the property to secure payment therefor; loan money and receive security therefor.

3. Accept payment of a commission, fee or other compensation in connection with the above-described real property.

4. Accept payment of all or any portion of the proceeds from the sale of the above-described property.

5. Acquire any interest in the above-described real property.

6. Accept the conveyance or beneficial interest therefor community property with right of survivorship or as joint tenants with right of survivorship with any others, including my said Agent as one of the joint tenants.

7. Other:

The Notary Statement for a Durable Power of Attorney 14-5501(4)
Is executed and attested by its acknowledgment by the principal and by an affidavit of the witness before a notary public and evidenced by the notary public's certificate, under official seal, in substantially the following form:

I, __________, the principal, sign my name to this power of attorney this _____ day of __________ and, being first duly sworn, do declare to the undersigned authority that I sign and execute this instrument as my power of attorney and that I sign it willingly, or willingly direct another to sign for me, that I execute it as my free and voluntary act for the purposes expressed in the power of attorney and that I am eighteen years of age or older, of sound mind and under no constraint or undue influence.

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Principal

I, __________, the witness, sign my name to the foregoing power of attorney being first duly sworn and do declare to the undersigned authority that the principal signs and executes this instrument as the principal's power of attorney and that the principal signs it willingly, or willingly directs another to sign for the principal, and that I, in the presence and hearing of the principal, sign this power of attorney as witness to the principal's signing and that to the best of my knowledge the principal is eighteen years of age or older, of sound mind and under no constraint or undue influence.

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Witness

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