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Arkansas Statutory Durable Power of Attorney

This is a statutory power of attorney following Arkansas code Title 28, chapter 68, (cited as the Uniform Power of Attorney Act.) ( 28-68-101)

In this power of attorney, the principle chooses which acts the agent can or cannot perform, each of these powers are detailed by Arkansas statutes and codes.

Execution of the Power of Attorney
A signature (by the principle) (is presumed to be genuine if the principal acknowledges the signature before a notary public or other individual authorized by law to take acknowledgments.) (AR Code 28-68-105)

Unless otherwise note in the "Special Instructions Section" of the form this power of attorney is durable, meaning (not terminated by the principal's incapacity.) ( 28-68-102(2))

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Arkansas Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form