Vermont Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated April 14, 2023

A Vermont Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document utilized to elect an agent to care for, sell, manage, or transact business on behalf of a principal property owner. The principal will elect the agent when he or she executes this paperwork, and the agent will use it as proof that he or she is acting as the principal’s representative. Such proof is typically a requirement of such principal intentions since the principal will usually be absent at the time.

The execution of this document will need to be witnessed and notarized in order for it to be considered a valid authorization of the agent’s use of the principal powers it details. Naturally, the principal retains the ability to revoke the authority delegated through this paperwork by simply issuing a written revocation to the agent and all concerned parties.