Connecticut Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated September 24, 2022

A Connecticut real estate power of attorney provides permission to a real estate attorney to oversee the sale and closing of their client’s real property. The Principal who issues this paperwork may also use the document when electing another individual or an agent of their choice to conduct any of their real estate business on their behalf (i.e., maintenance, refinancing, etc.). The execution of this form will require witnesses and the presence of a notary. The document may be revoked at any time by simply placing the revocation into writing and serving it to the agent or by the creation of an updated document.

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