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New York Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

New York power of attorney forms gives an individual the right to choose someone else to handle their affairs for financial, medical, or other purposes. Depending on the form selected, the person giving power (“principal”) can make the form last for a specific time period or for the remainder of their life, referred to as…

New York Bill of Sale Forms (4)

New York bill of sale forms record information about the sale and transfer of a piece of private property between two people. The information includes specific details about the property as well as the buyer and seller. These forms are particularly useful for high-value property sales, such as cars and boats, but can hypothetically be…

New York Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A New York lease agreement is a binding contract that allows a landlord to rent residential or commercial space to a willing tenant. Prior to signing a lease, the landlord will require a fee to cover the cost of running a credit report on the applicant. Once approved, a lease will be signed between the…

New York Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

New York eviction notices are used when a tenant has either failed to pay rent or another non-compliance with their rental contract. The notice acts as a warning to the tenant that if they do not adhere to its terms that after the notice period an eviction lawsuit will be filed. If the tenant does…

New York Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

New York Real Estate Power of Attorney Form will serve as proof of a principal property owner’s intent on granting his or her authority to an agent over a parcel of land. This paperwork can also serve to delegate an agent with the power required to purchase real property on behalf of the principal. It will…

New York Minor Child Power of Attorney Form | Guardianship

New York Minor Child Power of Attorney Form (Guardianship) can be used to appoint another to have decision making power over your minor child’s education, health, and finances. Such documentation must be set in place when the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of the minor or child anticipates being unavailable (i.e. military deployment) or incapacitated (i.e….

New York Limited Power of Attorney Form

New York Limited Power of Attorney Form is a legal tool enabling you to confer specified powers to a trusted person for a limited time period or transaction. The person granting the power, or the principal, must clearly state the power he or she is granting so that there is no ambiguity. It is important, as…

New York Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

New York Revocation of Power of Attorney Form can be used in a situation where you want to terminate a power of attorney that you granted to another to act on your behalf. A revocation form may be used to cancel any POA that you may have granted in the past. In addition to filling out and…

New York General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

New York General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is a document that is similar to the durable form except that it does NOT continue when and if you become mentally incompetent. It terminates upon your incapacity. This form allows you to grant certain authority over your financial affairs to a designated trusted person who is tasked…

New York Tax Power of Attorney (Form POA-1)

New York tax power of attorney (Form POA-1) allows a principal to appoint another party to represent them to file State taxes or any matter related to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. Often, a principal will have an accountant, attorney or some other tax professional be their representative to handle filings,…