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West Virginia Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

West Virginia power of attorney forms allow an individual (“principal”) to appoint an agent to legally represent their best interest and conduct affairs on their behalf. The agent may represent the principal for medical or financial decision making and handling of affairs. The form must be presented each time the agent acts for the principal…

West Virginia Bill of Sale Forms (3)

West Virginia bill of sale forms are legal documents that record the sale of property. A bill of sale should identify the buyer and seller, describe the property changing hands, and outline the terms of the sale. The forms should be retained for tax purposes, and are often required as part of the registration process….

West Virginia Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

A West Virginia rental agreement is a legal document used by landlords and tenants for renting residential or commercial property. The landlord will usually require the tenant to undergo an examination of their employment and background through a rental application before authorizing a lease. Once completed, the landlord will review either approve or deny the…

West Virginia Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A West Virginia eviction notice is a document that a landlord uses to inform a tenant of a lease violation. Under State law, the landlord is not required to give the tenant notice but is recommended for best landlord-tenant relationships. After issuing notice, if the tenant does not respond between 5-7 days the landlord should…

West Virginia Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

A West Virginia Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form can be used to tailor the appointment of a proxy for a predetermined scenario for which the agent must bear principal approval to represent you. This document will serve as such proof of approval once it is completed, signed, then presented. When you fill in the…

West Virginia Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A West Virginia Real Estate Power of Attorney Form serves its purpose by providing written permission for an elected agent to care for, or even conduct, real property transactions on behalf of the principal property owner issuing it. It is important to note the agent will only be able to use the principal’s name according…

West Virginia General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A West Virginia General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is the hardcopy proof an agent will need when they is acting on a principal’s behalf. This paperwork will allow a principal to easily establish which of their affairs the agent will be given principal authority in. This will require some careful thought on the principal’s…

West Virginia Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

A West Virginia durable statutory power of attorney form is created for the purpose of choosing a person to act as an agent and handle the financial affairs of someone else (“principal”). The term “durable” means the designation can last for the lifetime of the principal unless revoked. Even if the principal should become incapacitated,…

West Virginia Minor Child (Parental) Power of Attorney Form

A West Virginia Minor Child (Parental) Power of Attorney Form is a legal document used by parents or guardians to appoint a trusted and competent adult with decisions regarding the safety and maintenance of their child. The types of authority delivered here as well as when and to what extent they are effective is up…

West Virginia Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A West Virginia Revocation of Power of Attorney Form may be utilized when you seek to terminate a power of attorney that you granted to an agent or agents. Generally, most cases where an agent currently wields principal powers that must be terminated will call for an official revocation of the current appointment. This paperwork…