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North Dakota Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

A North Dakota power of attorney form allows an individual to select someone else to act on their behalf in the areas of financial, medical, or other personal decisions. The person choosing someone else, the “principal”, is recommended to select someone that is a trusted individual that will be receiving power, the “agent”. At the…

North Dakota Bill of Sale Forms (4)

A North Dakota bill of sale is a transactional document allowing 2 parties (buyer and seller) to exchange property for cash or trade. It provides a written settlement recording that can be used to register the property if needed (such as for a motor vehicle). The form should only be signed after all parties have…

North Dakota Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

A North Dakota lease agreement is a rental contract between a landlord and tenant for commercial or residential property. In most situations, after a prospective tenant views and shows interest in a property, their credit and income will be verified by the landlord. Afterward, a lease is written with the tenant obligated to pay the…

North Dakota Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A North Dakota eviction notice is a document used when a landlord seeks to evict a tenant who has failed to abide by the terms of their lease agreement. No matter the nature of the breach, the landlord must provide at least three days’ notice to the tenant to rectify the breach or remove themselves…

North Dakota Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A North Dakota real estate power of attorney form is a document that a principal can use to appoint an agent to carry out decisions and tasks related to real estate on their behalf. Once the principal signs this document, it will become written permission for the agent to carry out any of the duties…

North Dakota Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

A North Dakota durable power of attorney form allows a person to choose someone else to handle and conduct financial affairs on their behalf. The powers handed over can be as trivial as paying bills to as serious as running the day-to-day operations of a business. The term “durable” refers to the form remaining valid…

North Dakota Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

A North Dakota guardian of minor power of attorney form allows a parent to designate another individual to care for minor children in anticipation of being away and unavailable for a period of time. If executed properly, this form will confer authority onto the caretaker to make decisions and act on behalf of the children…

North Dakota Limited Power of Attorney Form

A North Dakota limited power of attorney form allows you as the principal to designate an agent to handle a specific transaction or transactions on your behalf. Additionally, you can also set a specific span of time when the agent has access to the principal powers delivered here. Regardless of the limitations imposed on the…

North Dakota Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A North Dakota revocation of power of attorney form may be used to revoke an existing power of attorney. It can be used for any type of power of attorney including a durable, guardian of the child, health care POA and others. In addition to formally executing this document, you should make sure that relevant parties…

North Dakota Tax Power of Attorney (Form 500)

A North Dakota tax power of attorney (Form 500), otherwise known as the “Office of North Dakota State Tax Commissioner Authorization to Disclose Tax Information and Designation of Representative Form,” is used to designate a person as a representative of your interests in tax matters before the concerned tax authority. This person will be authorized…