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Missouri Specific Power of Attorney for the Sale of Property

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Missouri Specific Power of Attorney for the Sale of Property Information

Use this form to authorize an attorney-in-fact to do and perform all and every act necessary to complete the closing for the SALE of a specific property. This form expires on a date of your choice and includes a "Special Instructions" section in which you can further limit or define the powers granted by you to your attorney-in-fact.
This POA is durable and shall not be affected by your disability or incompetence.
For use when the subject property is located in Missouri.

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