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Washington D.C. Power of Attorney Forms (11 Types)

Washington D.C. power of attorney forms let someone else make financial or medical decisions on their behalf. Depending on the form selected, it is required to be signed in the presence of a notary public. After signing, the form may be used immediately by the agent. Durable (Financial) Laws – Chapter 21 (Uniform General Power…

Washington D.C. Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Washington D.C. lease agreement is a contract between a landlord and tenant for the renting of property in the District of Columbia. A lease may be used for residential or commercial purposes. After a prospective tenant has shown interest in a property, the landlord will verify their employment and, after coming to a verbal…

Washington D.C. Non-Compete Agreement

A Washington D.C. non-compete agreement prohibits an individual from engaging in a similar business. Beginning March 16, 2021, a blanket ban on all employment non-compete agreements went into effect (D.C. Law 23-209). Although, this law does not restrict the use of a non-compete in the sale of a business. Legally Enforceable in Washington D.C.? No,…

Washington DC Non-Compete Agreement Template

The Washington DC non-compete forms allow Laws – None How to Write Step 1 –

Washington D.C. Commercial Purchase Agreement

A Washington D.C. commercial purchase agreement is between a buyer and seller of non-residential real estate. Non-residential property qualifies as either retail, office, industrial, or residential housing with more than four (4) units. The buyer and seller are to agree to terms with the transfer of ownership to occur on the closing date. In most…

Washington D.C. Power of Attorney Revocation Form

A Washington D.C. power of attorney revocation allows a principal to terminate the powers granted in a previously written power of attorney document. It is required that the agent or attorney-in-fact mentioned in the previous power of attorney document be given a copy of the revocation as official notice that their designation has been canceled….

Washington D.C. Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form DMV-VSPA-01)

A Washington D.C. vehicle power of attorney allows someone else to make vehicle-related decisions on their behalf. Specifically, this form allows someone else to handle obtaining vehicle tags such as registration and title documents to be filed at a DMV Location. Signing Requirements – Principal and Agent only. All Languages Power of Attorney (English) Power…

Washington D.C. Tax Power of Attorney (Form D-2848)

A Washington D.C. tax power of attorney (“Form D-2848), allows a principal to elect someone else to handle their tax obligations within the State. In order to be valid, the principal must sign this form and enter the identification of the person authorized to handle taxes on their behalf. Signing Requirements: Principal only. Source: Office…

Washington D.C. Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Washington D.C. real estate power of attorney lets someone else sell, lease, or encumber real property. This is common in real estate closings where the buyer or seller allows their attorney to handle the signing of legal documents. The form, like a Durable Power of Attorney, must be signed in the presence of a…

Washington D.C. Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Washington D.C. limited power of attorney is to choose someone to handle a specific task on behalf of someone else. The person choosing someone else (the “principal”) is required to sign the form in the presence of a notary public for it to become in effect. Afterward, the person selected (the “agent”) will be…