North Dakota Power of Attorney Forms

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North Dakota power of attorney forms that offer a person the choice of selecting someone else to act on their behalf for financial or medical associated decisions. The person choosing someone else, the “principal”, is recommended to select someone that is a trusted individual that will be receiving power, the “agent”. At the option of the principal, the form can be “durable” which means it will remain valid even if they should not be able to think for themselves one day (e.g. Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, etc.).

Types (9)


Durable Power of Attorney – This version grants power over property and assets of the person granting the power. Because it is “durable” it is meant to continue to be in effect despite mental or physical impairment that prevents the principal from being able to act for him or herself.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


General Power of Attorney – This version also grants general power over property and assets of the principal, however, instead of continuing to be in effect like the “durable” form, it self-terminates upon the incapacity of the principal.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


Health Care Power of Attorney Directive – Used exclusively for health care decision making and only when the principal can’t make his or her own decisions.

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Signing Requirements (§ 23-06.5-05): Notary acknowledgment or two (2) witnesses.

 


Limited Power of Attorney – This version is for use when there is a specific event or time period for which you are seeking short-term representation.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


Minor Power of Attorney – This form is limited to decision making involving the principal’s minor children. It is generally used when parents are temporarily unavailable and have to leave their children in the care of a loved one.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


Real Estate Power of Attorney – Used to elect someone to handle all aspects of real property to the benefit of the owner in relation to its sale, purchase of another property, or management.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


Revocation of Power of Attorney – This is used when an individual wants to cancel or terminate an existing POA.

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Signing Requirements: None stated in ND Century Code; however, notarization is recommended.

 


Tax Power of Attorney (Form 500) – This form is used when a person wishes to have a representative handle any tax issues with the Office of the Tax Commissioner.

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Signing Requirements: Principal Only

 


Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form MVD-11020) – This form is used when a person wishes to have an agent or designee handle motor vehicle affairs.

Download: Adobe PDF

Signing Requirements: Notary public.

 


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