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South Dakota Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

South Dakota power of attorney forms let a person legally choose someone else to make decisions and handle affairs on their behalf. Depending on the form, it is common for the representation to be for financial or medical items. If the form is durable or for medical purposes, the form will last the lifetime of…

South Dakota Bill of Sale Forms (3)

A South Dakota bill of sale form details a transaction between a buyer and seller for the purchase of personal property. The document should include the parties’ information, item description, purchase price, and any warranties given (or sold “as-is”).  If the sale involves a vehicle, its Certificate of Title should be included and signed over…

South Dakota Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

A South Dakota rental agreement allows a landlord to enter into a contract with a tenant for the use of property in exchange for rent. The tenant will be obligated to pay rent and keep the premises in its current condition until the end of the term (wear and tear excepted). In addition, the tenant…

South Dakota Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A South Dakota eviction notice is a document that constitutes the first step a landlord takes to notify a tenant of intent to evict if certain steps are not taken. The landlord writes the notice while including a description of the violation and the number (#) of days the tenant has to fix the issue….

South Dakota Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A South Dakota Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is used to document the selection of an agent to oversee the duties involving a property owner’s real property. Here, the agent will be provided with a written and executed declaration proving his or her right to make decisions and engage in actions on behalf of…

South Dakota Limited Power of Attorney Form

A South Dakota Limited Power of Attorney Form is intended to be used when a principal must elect a representative agent to handle a specific situation or circumstance. The agent’s principal powers may be limited in that they will expire immediately upon the completion of a project or task, may only allow the agent to…

South Dakota General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A South Dakota General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form functions as an official document enabling you to grant powers to another to handle your money and assets on your behalf. This delegation of authority will give an agent the principal power to carry out your directives so long as they are clearly stated and a…

South Dakota Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

A South Dakota Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form enables parents to empower an agent with the ability and authority to safeguard the well-being of their children when they are otherwise unavailable or unattainable. Parental authority is oftentimes necessary for a child’s life whether it is the day-to-day concerns of homework and class trips or…

South Dakota Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A South Dakota Revocation of Power of Attorney Form can be used to terminate a current or active power document. Only the principal who has issued such paperwork may terminate it. Thus, this document will require the active participation of the principal at the time of its execution. Additionally, it is important that each agent,…

South Dakota Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

A South Dakota durable statutory power of attorney form allows a principal to select another person (“agent”) to act in their place for financial-related matters. The designation will last the lifetime of the principal unless revoked. The financial powers given can be broad or limited depending on the principal’s preference. After signing, the agent may…