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West Virginia Special Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Property

West Virginia Special Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Property Information

Use this form to empower your Attorney in Fact/Agent with the right to purchase a specific property, located in West Virginia. Your Agent can perform every act necessary for the purchase and financing of real property. This power of attorney is durable and is not affected by any subsequent disability or incapacity of the principal. Includes a special instructions section, where the agent's powers can be further defined to meet special needs. This Special Power of Attorney is governed by the laws of the State of West Virginia. Formatted to meet County recording requirements.

Deeds.com West Virginia Special Power of Attorney for the Purchase of Property Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday June 23, 2022

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