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New Hampshire Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

New Hampshire power of attorney forms provides a legal method where a person may appoint a person to be their act on their behalf in certain situations. That means that the person appointed (“agent”) would stand in their place and act for the person who appointed them (“principal”).  There are many different types of power of…

New Hampshire Bill of Sale Forms (4)

New Hampshire bill of sale forms are legal reports describing the sale of a piece of property between a seller and a buyer. They can apply to any kind of privately owned property but are most frequently used in the private sales of vehicles and watercraft. The document has to be signed by both the…

New Hampshire Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A New Hampshire lease agreement binds a landlord and a tenant to a rental contract that outlines the rent and the responsibilities of each party. A lease may be used for residential or commercial property and cannot be terminated unless both parties agree to cancel. A landlord will commonly verify the tenant’s credit report and…

New Hampshire Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

New Hampshire eviction notices are for landlords seeking to notify a tenant that they are no longer in compliance with their rental contract. The notice should include the specific violation and the steps the tenant must take to fix the issue. This is commonly for late rent but can be for any noncompliance. If the…

New Hampshire Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

New Hampshire Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a legal document between the principal (real property owner) and a pre-determined attorney-in-fact. This document will provide an attorney-in-fact proof of the principal approval required to oversee any or all of the principal’s real property. The attorney-in-fact must carefully execute any of the business that will be…

New Hampshire Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

A New Hampshire durable statutory power of attorney form allows a person (“principal”) to transfer the handling of financial affairs to someone else (“agent”). The powers given can be limited or broad depending on the principal’s preference. The term “durable” refers to the fact that this power of attorney does not terminate if and when…

New Hampshire Tax (Dept. of Revenue) Power of Attorney (Form DP 2848)

New Hampshire Tax (Dept. of Revenue) Power of Attorney (Form DP 2848), otherwise known as New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration Power of Attorney Form, can be issued when you wish to appoint someone with the right to represent you with the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration as well as other tax entities operating…

New Hampshire Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

New Hampshire Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form allows you to appoint an agent to make decisions and/or take action over your children’s affairs on your behalf. This can be quite a useful precaution since there are times when a child’s parent(s) anticipate being unavailable for a time, either for military deployment, long-term hospitalization, or…

New Hampshire Revocation Power of Attorney Form

New Hampshire Revocation Power of Attorney Form is used when you want to revoke a previously entered into power of attorney. When you decide to revoke such a document, it is important that you fill out this form and make sure the relevant parties receive a copy of it. The purpose of this paperwork will…

New Hampshire General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

New Hampshire General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form allows you, as the principal, to designate an individual (i.e. friend, relative, appropriate professional) to manage finances in your name. This agent will be able to act on your behalf in the matters you define here once you provide the required signature approval. You, as the principal,…