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Vermont Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Vermont power of attorney forms let a person choose a trusted individual (“agent”) to handle their financial affairs or allow them to make medical decisions on their behalf. Depending on the request of the transferor (“principal”), the powers granted may be limited or broad. If there is no end date to the document, the form will…

Vermont Bill of Sale Forms

Vermont bill of sale forms are legal documents that provide a record of the ownership transfer of personal property. Bills of sale generally identify the parties involved, describe the item or items being sold, and note the terms of the exchange. The forms can be useful for tax purposes, and may be needed to register…

Vermont Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Vermont lease agreement is a document used to legally bind a tenant paying rent to a landlord for the use of the property. The landlord will commonly perform a credit and employment verification before authorizing a lease. The first (1st) month’s rent and security deposit will be due and payable at the time of…

Vermont Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Vermont eviction notices let a landlord inform a tenant that they have committed a lease violation. The notice must describe the offense and include the number (#) of days the tenant must respond. If the tenant does not adhere to the notice, the landlord may submit an eviction case (Ejectment) at the Superior Court, Civil…

Vermont Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Vermont Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document utilized to elect an agent to care for, sell, manage, or transact business on behalf of a principal property owner. The principal will elect the agent when he or she executes this paperwork and the agent will use it as proof that he or she…

Vermont Limited Power of Attorney Form

Vermont Limited Power of Attorney Form provides a method by which you can appoint someone to represent you for a short period of time or for a specific transaction. This can be useful for a variety of scenarios. For instance, you may need to personally attend to several matters and will be unable to do…

Vermont Advance Directive Form

A Vermont advance directive for health care is an estate planning document that lets a person choose a medical agent, select end-of-life wishes, and organ donations. The form can be downloaded and completed on a do-it-yourself basis and after signing may be used in accordance with State law. Advance Directive Includes Part I: Appointment of…

Vermont Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

Vermont Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form enables a child’s parent(s) or legal court-appointed guardian to empower an individual with the temporary guardian powers necessary to safeguard a child’s welfare. This will make the appointee the adult in charge of making decisions and taking actions on the child’s behalf when the parent(s) or legal guardian(s)…

Vermont Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Vermont Revocation of Power of Attorney Form can be used when you want to revoke a POA that you previously issued. After filling out this form, you will want to make sure to provide a copy to your agent and any successor agent who may be listed as next in line to wield power. It is…

Vermont Tax Power of Attorney (Form PA-1)

Vermont Tax Power of Attorney (Form PA-1) should be completed then submitted to the approval of the Vermont Department of Taxes. This document is a requirement when you, as the principal taxpayer, intend to grant an agent the authority to represent your interests before this entity. Typically, such delegation of power will be granted to…