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Mississippi Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Mississippi power of attorney forms are used for the purpose of a person (“principal”) choosing someone else to make financial, medical, and any other desired decisions on their behalf. The person selected (“agent”) should be a trusted individual as they will have powers over finances, medical care, parenting, or any other selected powers. After completion,…

Mississippi Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Mississippi bill of sale forms are legal documents that establish proof of sale for any type of vehicle, boat/vessel, or other items for sale by a dealership or individual. These documents will also prove a change of ownership and provide other important information. Some documents require notarization. Table of Contents Forms (4) Boat General Gun…

Mississippi Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Mississippi lease agreement is a rental contract that allows a landlord and tenant to negotiate an agreement for the use of a residential or commercial property. The negotiations will usually begin with the tenant viewing the property and, if interested, applying for tenancy. If approved, a lease will be signed. The tenant can take…

Mississippi Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Mississippi eviction notices are the first step a landlord needs to take in the eviction process (called an “Ejectment”). The forms are required to ensure that the tenant has an opportunity to know of the landlord’s intent and to either fix the problem if it is fixable or to move out. If the landlord fails…

Mississippi Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Mississippi Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document that will allow a Principal (title holder/owner) of real property to grant his or her authority to a trusted Attorney-in-Fact. The agent named here will be given the right to buy, refinance, maintain, or even sell the Principal’s real property through this document’s execution. These powers…

Mississippi Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

A Mississippi durable power of attorney form lets a person (“principal”) choose someone else to handle their business and financial affairs during their life. The person selected will be able to keep representing the principal for financial matters even in the event of incapacitation. Therefore, it’s imperative that the principal select someone who is a…

Mississippi Guardian of a Minor Power of Attorney Form

Mississippi Guardian of a Minor Power of Attorney Form can be employed when a parent or parents will be unavailable for a period of time and want to leave their children in the care and custody of a friend or relative whom they trust. Sometimes, an adult’s attention will be required regarding the child’s medical events…

Mississippi Limited Power of Attorney Form

Mississippi Limited Power of Attorney Form is generally useful when a specific transaction or time period for which a person needs a representative agent requires proof of authority. Sometimes transactions need to take place when the principal will be unavailable and unable to act for himself or herself. This paperwork will act as a remedy to…

Mississippi General (Financial) Power of Attorney

Mississippi General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is similar to the durable form because it allows the creator to grant powers to an agent and allows the agent to act on behalf of the principal regarding general financial affairs. It should be noted the powers delivered in this document automatically terminate upon dementia or other incapacitating…

Mississippi Revocation Power of Attorney Form

Mississippi Revocation Power of Attorney Form should be implemented when you are seeking to terminate or cancel a previously executed appointment of your principal authority. It is crucial to the success of this document that you inform your agent that he or she may no longer act for you by delivering a signed copy of…