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Colorado Limited Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Real Property

This document creates a durable, limited power of attorney for the PURCHASE of real property, located in Colorado. A power of attorney is a legal document delegating authority from one person to another. In the document, the maker of the power of attorney (the "principal") grants the right to act on the maker's behalf as that person's Attorney-in-fact/Agent.

Attorney-in-fact means a person granted authority to act for the principal in a power of attorney, regardless of whether the person is known as an attorney-in-fact or agent.

This special power of attorney grants the agent the power to execute and deliver on the principle's behalf, name and stead, any in all necessary legal documents including contracts for sale, deeds, mortgages, deeds of trusts, promissory notes, settlement statements, affidavits, and other documents with regard to all matters concerning the PURCHASE of a specific Colorado property. It includes a "special instructions" section which can be used to further limit or define the powers given.

Deeds.com Colorado Limited Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Real Property Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday September 12, 2019

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Colorado Limited Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Real Property Form