Oregon Special Power of Attorney for the Sale of Property

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This is a Special Power of Attorney in which the first party, Principal authorizes a second Party, Attorney-in-fact, to Sell a certain property on your behalf. In this power of attorney, you are empowering your agent to perform every act necessary and requisite to negotiate, agree to and consummate, on whatever terms your Attorney in Fact deems appropriate, the sale or conveyance, or both, of the real property described. This Power of Attorney (i) shall not be affected by the disability of the principal (ii) shall be governed, as to its validity, terms and enforcement, by those laws of the State of Oregon that apply to instruments negotiated, executed, delivered and performed solely within the State of Oregon, and (iii) may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall have the same effect as if it were the original instrument and all of which shall constitute one and the same instrument. Further powers can be defined or limited in the "Special Instructions" area of the form. When would you need a Special Power of Attorney for the sale of real property? For example, a person might use this form to sell a second home in State of Oregon by delegating authority to another person to handle the transaction locally or parents might authorize a child to sell their home.

ORS 93.670
(1) Every letter of attorney, or other instrument containing a power to convey lands, as agent or attorney for the owner of such lands, and every executory contract for the sale or purchase of lands, when acknowledged or proved in the manner prescribed for the acknowledgment or proof of conveyances, may be recorded in the county clerk's office of any county in which the lands to which such power or contract relates is situated. When so acknowledged or proved, such letter, instrument or contract, and the record thereof when recorded, or the certified transcript of such record, may be read in evidence in any court in this state without further proof of the same.

(2) No letter of attorney, or other instrument so recorded, is deemed to be revoked by any act of the party by whom it was executed unless the instrument containing such revocation is also recorded in the same office in which the instrument containing the power was recorded.

Note: This power of attorney includes an expiration date which the principal provides.

(Oregon SPOA-Sale Package includes form, guidelines, and completed example)

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