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Oregon Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Oregon power of attorney forms provide a way for a person (“principal”) to make another individual (“agent”) his or her legal representative for specific tasks or affairs. This is common among elderly adults that give their spouse or children rights over their financial and medical care in case they cannot speak for themselves. Once signed,…

Oregon Bill of Sale Forms

Oregon bill of sale forms are legal documents in the State of Oregon that provide proof of an item being sold and purchased. As well, information will be provided with regard to the seller and buyer, in some cases, disclosures of defects, and specific identifiers for any item(s) being sold and purchased. Some documents may…

Oregon Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

An Oregon lease agreement is between a landlord seeking to lease residential or commercial property to a tenant willing to pay monthly rent. Upon the landlord and tenant signing the agreement, it becomes binding to each party. The landlord will commonly verify the tenant’s credit and employment before signing any type of agreement. Rental Application…

Oregon Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Oregon eviction notices are given by a landlord to a tenant to inform them of a lease violation. The notice will include a description of the tenant’s offense and how they have to correct the matter. If the tenant decides not to cure the issue, the landlord will be forced to file an eviction lawsuit…

Oregon Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Oregon Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a legal document that is provided by a principal for the purpose of providing written permission to the selected agent to oversee any of the actions and/or transactions pertaining to the care, sale, refinancing or management of real property only. Keep in mind, this type of appointment will…

Oregon Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

An Oregon durable power of attorney form lets an individual, the “principal”, choose another person to handle their financial affairs on their behalf. The person selected, the “agent”, should be a trusted person and is required to make all decisions to the benefit of the principal. The form being durable means it will remain legal…

Oregon Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Oregon Revocation of Power of Attorney Form will terminate a previously delegated power of attorney once it has been executed and successfully delivered. Keep in mind that when you want to terminate an agent’s powers, the responsibility of making sure your agent is aware of the terminated status will be placed upon you. You must make…

Oregon Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

Oregon Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form is used by parents to designate an individual as the temporary guardian/caretaker of their children. This delegation of authority may only remain in effect for a maximum of six months. This life span is governed by the State of Oregon, thus an extended appointment is required to safeguard…

Oregon Advance Directive Form

An Oregon advance directive, drafted by the Advance Directive Adoption Committee, allows a person to select a health care representative and choose instructions on how to be treated. Specifically, the form outlines medical treatment options for a patient in the chance they can no longer speak for themselves. Advance Directive Includes My Health Care Representative…

Oregon Limited Power of Attorney Form

Oregon Limited Power of Attorney Form sets the goal of assigning temporary principal power(s), goal oriented principal power(s), or both to an agent of the issuer’s choosing. The principal who issues these powers will generally wish to significantly control an agent’s action by making sure the powers assigned to that individual terminate automatically upon the completion…