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Florida Durable Power of Attorney

DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY
Pursuant to the Florida Power of Attorney Act
(709.2101, et. seq., Florida Statutes)

Duties and Scope of Power of Agent Any agent who shall accept the appointment as my "attorney in fact" must act only within the scope of authority granted in this power of attorney. My agent shall exercise all powers pursuant to F.S. 709.2114. Including, but not limited to, my agent must act in good faith, in my best interest and not contrary to my expectations, actually known by the agent or expressed in writing, such as my estate plan, ownership designations and beneficiary designations.

Items Addressed:
1. Banking and Other Financial Institution Transactions
2. Investment Transactions.
3. Real Property Transactions.
4. Tangible Personal Property Transactions.
5. Business Operation Transactions.
6. Insurance Transactions.
7. Estates, Trusts and other Beneficial Interests
8. Claims and Litigation
9. Personal and Family Maintenance
10. Benefits from Certain Governmental Programs or Civil or Military Service.
11. Retirement Plan Transactions.
12. Tax Matters.
13. Existing and Foreign Interests.
14. Special Transactions [F.S. 709.2202(1}]
15. Special Instructions:
16. Notwithstanding any provision herein to the contrary, any authority granted to my agent
18. Any third party
19. My agent shall not be liable
20. My agent shall have the power
21. I hereby revoke all prior general powers of attorney executed by me.
22. This durable power of attorney is not terminated by subsequent incapacity
23. Governing Law and Applicability to Foreign Jurisdiction. This instrument shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida in all respects, including its validity, construction, interpretation and termination, and to the extent permitted by law shall be applicable to all property of mine, real, personal, tangible and intangible, wherever and in whatever state of the United States or foreign country the situs of such property is at any time located and whether such property is now owned by me or hereafter acquired by me or for me, by my Agent. All questions pertaining to validity, interpretation and administration of this Power shall be determined in accordance with the Florida Power of Attorney Act, 709.2101, et. seq., Florida Statutes.
24. Severability

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