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Nevada Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Nevada power of attorney forms are used when a person (“principal”) needs someone else (“agent”) to represent their affairs for financial or medical affairs. There are several types of powers of attorney that can be delegated to an agent. It will be up to the principal to select which powers will be handed over to…

Nevada Bill of Sale Forms

The Nevada Bill of Sale Forms are considered legal documents in the state of Nevada. These documents will provide information with regard to the sellers, buyers, and the vehicles, vessels, firearms or any other items being sold and purchased. As well, the documents will not only provide proof of legal sale and purchase but also change of…

Nevada Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Nevada lease agreement is written to allow a landlord and tenant to be able to come to terms over the use of a property. The contract usually outlines the monthly payment amount, the term of the lease, and any other conditions agreed upon by the parties. Once the document has been written and signed…

Nevada Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Nevada eviction notices are used by landlords when letting their tenants know they have violated their lease contract. The notice will inform the tenant of how they violated their lease and the steps to be back in compliance. If the tenant does not cure the violation stated in the notice, the landlord will have the…

Nevada Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Nevada Real Estate Power of Attorney Form provides a principal real property owner’s written approval of a selected agent/attorney-in-fact’s use of his or her principal power. This is a legal tool that will enable the named attorney-in-fact to handle business pertaining to the real property of the principal. The agent must conduct any required real…

Nevada Tax Power of Attorney

Nevada Tax Power of Attorney, is a form that is not provided by the State and instead requires that the filing party create their own version of the form or use the Federal IRS Version (Form 2848). If the user decides to use the IRS Version they must recognize the intent that it is being used…

Nevada Revocation Power of Attorney Form

Nevada Revocation Power of Attorney Form is helpful when you want to terminate a power of attorney that you may have entered into in the past. This is part of a two-step process to make the termination effective. After you execute the form, you need to let all of the relevant parties know that you have revoked…

Nevada Minor Child (Parent) of Minor Power of Attorney Form

Nevada Minor Child (Parent) of Minor Power of Attorney Form allows the parent of one or more children to delegate parental authority to a caretaker, usually a relative. Typically, this is necessary when the parent is unavailable due to long-term treatment for a medical condition or being deployed in the military. This form contains the…

Nevada Limited Power of Attorney Form

Nevada Limited Power of Attorney Form enables you to convey your authority to another individual in a limited, discreet transaction or time period. In this situation, you would be known as the “principal” while the individual you grant your power to will be known as the agent. Once this principal authority is granted, the agent will…

Nevada Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Nevada medical power of attorney, when properly executed, will allow another person to act on your behalf in the decision-making process regarding your health care and medical treatment if you are incapacitated at the time. While it may be unpleasant to think of any scenarios where such paperwork is needed (i.e. complications during a…