Washington D.C. Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated September 26, 2022

A Washington D.C. real estate power of attorney lets someone else sell, lease, or encumber real property on your behalf. This is common in real estate closings where the buyer or seller allows their attorney to handle the signing of legal documents. The form, like a Durable Power of Attorney, must be signed in the presence of a notary public. Afterward, the form is commonly void after the authorized transaction is complete or upon a Revocation Form being signed by the principal.