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California Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

A California power of attorney can be used to grant certain powers to a trusted friend or relative in the event the person granting the powers, or principal, is unable or unavailable to act when required. The person acting on behalf of the principal, otherwise known as the agent, is expected to make all decisions in…

California Bill of Sale Forms (3)

A California bill of sale is an official document to record the sale of personal property between a buyer and seller. Commonly used for vehicle transfers, a bill of sale is required to be signed by the seller. The buyer will be required to obtain a copy and use the bill of sale for accounting…

California Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

A California lease agreement allows a landlord of residential or commercial property to write a legally binding rental contract with a tenant. The agreement will describe the property, specify the monthly rent, and list the responsibilities of both parties. After signing, the tenant will be obligated to pay the first month’s rent and a security deposit,…

California Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A California eviction notice is a letter given to a tenant when they have violated their lease agreement. The notice will detail the specific violation and how many days the tenant has to cure the issue. If the tenant adheres to the notice, they will be required to vacate the premises or face eviction. Table…

California Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A California real estate power of attorney is a document that is generally used to select a knowledgeable real estate attorney, real estate agent, or another qualified individual to oversee a real estate transaction on a principal’s behalf – once an agreement has been reached and agreed to by the principal. A principal may also…

California Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A California revocation of power of attorney is a legal tool used when an individual who has granted a power of attorney in the past desires to cancel or revoke it. The individual, or principal, must have a notary public witness the revocation so that it may be subjected to a proper notarization process. Once this template…

California Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form REG 260)

A California vehicle power of attorney can be used for appointing an agent to represent the principal with transactions involving the Department of Motor Vehicles, including transferring title. In order for this form to be effective, it must be notarized with the owner of the vehicle. DMV Locations – Where to register and obtain a…

California Tax Power of Attorney (Form FTB 3520)

A California tax power of attorney, also known as “Form FTB 3520”, is used when an individual desires an agent to represent them in front of the tax board for filings or other issues related to taxes. Due to the sensitive nature of the information being dealt with, some paperwork will be required to prove…

California Parental (Minor Children) Power of Attorney Form

A California parental (minor children) power of attorney can be used by parents to authorize a trusted person to be the short-term guardian of their children and to make healthcare, educational and other decisions on behalf of their children on a temporary basis. This form is useful in the event that the parents are planning…

California Limited Power of Attorney Form

A California limited power of attorney is a legal form that confers a person’s authority (or “power”) regarding real estate and personal property to an agent for a specific period of time and/or event. The powers granted involve the sale, purchase, and/or maintenance of real or personal property. It is important that the person conveying the…