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Texas Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Texas power of attorney forms allow a person to grant another individual the right to make decisions and act on their behalf. The person handing over power is called the “principal” and the individual being appointed is called the “agent” or “attorney-in-fact.” There are many types of powers of attorney each geared to the principal’s…

Texas Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Texas bill of sale forms records an exchange of personal property between a buyer and seller in the State of Texas. Bills of sale typically contain information about the parties involved, the item or items being sold, and the terms of the exchange. The forms are useful for tax purposes and may be required for…

Texas Lease Agreements (7) | Residential & Commercial

A Texas lease agreement is a legal document that allows a landlord to rent property to a tenant for monthly payment. Before signing, the landlord is recommended to verify a prospective tenant’s credit report and employment. If the tenant is qualified, the landlord will write a lease for the parties to sign. The documents may…

Texas Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A Texas eviction notice is used by a landlord to notify a tenant of a lease violation. The landlord must notify the tenant and describe the offense committed and the number (#) of days to fix it. Once the issue is fixed, the lease will continue as before. If the tenant does not respond, the…

Texas Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Texas Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document that will be completed by a principal to elect an agent to continue to organize, sell, mortgage, or perform any transactions with regard to their real estate. Only the actions the principal defines in this document will be allowed to the agent’s representational powers. The…

Texas Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form

A Texas Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form is a legal document that allows the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of one or more children to grant temporary guardian powers to a trusted relative or friend. Generally speaking, this is considered a necessary precaution by many since minors/children cannot (and should not) represent themselves before certain…

Texas Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A Texas Power Of Attorney Revocation Form is a legal document used to terminate an existing power of attorney. If you have issued a previous power document that should no longer apply to the person you empowered with your authority or be honored by any additional entities then, you will need to issue an official…

Texas Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Texas Limited Power of Attorney Form provides a way for you to grant someone (whom you trust) the authority to act on your behalf and in your stead for a predetermined transaction. This form can be tailored to apply only to a limited transaction or a specific time frame. When describing the situation for…

Texas Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Texas medical power of attorney allows a person to select someone else to make health decisions on their behalf. The principal can limit or give unrestricted powers to the agent to make any type of responsibility, including ending the principal’s life. Alternate agents may also be selected in the event the primary agent cannot…

Texas Tax Power of Attorney (Form 85-113)

A Texas Tax Power of Attorney (Form 85-113) must be filled out to designate someone to represent you in tax matters that concern you before the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. This power of attorney grants the person you appoint the power to see your tax information and make filings and decisions on your behalf….