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New Jersey Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Property

This is a Limited or Specific Power of Attorney in which the first party, Principle authorizes a second Party, Attorney-in-fact, to purchase a certain property on your behalf. In this power of attorney, you are permitting the Attorney-in fact to do all acts that you might or could have done in the purchase of a specific property. This form is durable (shall remain effective even if you become disabled or incompetent) and is governed by the laws of New Jersey.

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New Jersey Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Property Form