Wyoming Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated June 02, 2022

A Wyoming Real Estate Power of Attorney is a form that is used by a Principal for the purpose of designating an Agent to handle any real property transactions, care, management, mortgage refinance, or any other real estate business. This document will require notarization. The Principal may revoke this document whenever they desire. Place the revocation into writing and deliver it to the Agent. There is also the option of creating an updated document which will make the current document invalid.


StatutesUniform Power of Attorney Act (§§ 3-9-101 — 3-9-403)

Signing Requirements (W.S.1977 § 3-9-105) – Notary Public.

How to Write

1 – Download The Paperwork A Principal Needs To Delegate Wyoming Real Estate Powers

The document that can be viewed and downloaded through the image or its accompanying buttons will supply the language a Principal requires used to appoint an Agent with his or her Principal Authority

2 – The Opening Paragraph Will Seek Definitions To Each Party’s Role

In the first portion of this paperwork, a declaration will have to be supplied with the Identity and the Location of the Principal and the Attorney-in-Fact accepting Principal Real Estate Powers. Place the Full Name, Street Address, City, and State of the Principal across the first four blank areas in this statement.

Now, document the Full Name of the person the Principal is delegating his or her Powers to (Attorney-in-Fact) on the blank space after the words “Hereby Appoint” and before the parentheses label “(Full Name).” This should be followed by the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent’s Street Address, City, and State.

3 – Only The Principal Can Approve Delivered Real Estate Powers

The above declaration statement will need some clarification. That is, we must define what precisely the Agent may do with Principal Power. Article I Assignment Of Authority will supply four paragraph descriptions to present this definition and approval. Each paragraph here will give a detail of actions considered necessary to carry out the Subject Matter defined in its label. To grant the Agent the Principal Authority to carry out such actions over Real Property several items will have to be furnished. The left margin of each of these Power descriptions will present a blank line and a checkbox. The Principal will have to initial the blank line and mark the checkbox of an item here to formally approve the Attorney-in-Fact’s use of that Principal Authority. Additionally, this will only apply if the Physical Address and Legal Description of the Real Property the Attorney-in-Fact can wield the approved Principal Power over. For example, to grant the Agent the Principal Power to sell Real Property using the Principal’s Name, the Physical Address and Legal Description of that Property on the first and second blank lines (respectively) then initial and check the blank line and checkbox attached to the label “Sale Of Real Estate.” This section will allow the Principal to approve and grant his or her Authority in the “Sale Of Real Estate,” the “Purchase Of Real Estate,” “Management Of Real Estate,” and/or “Refinancing.”

4 – The Life Span Of Principal Powers Should Be Clearly Defined

The Principal will also have to give a defined time period for the Attorney-in-Fact’s use of his or her Authority. This will be handled in “Article III. Term.” A series of statements the Principal must choose from will allow the Principal to reliably supply such a definition. All statements will use this document’s Principal Signature Date as the first Calendar Date when the Attorney-in-Fact may wield Principal Power and do not interfere with the Principal right to revoke these Powers at any time.

If the Principal intends to supply a predetermined Termination Date to these Powers, he or she may do so by selecting Statement “a.” Here the Principal can declare this Termination Date using the blank spaces after the words “…Termination Upon Revocation Or Automatically On The” then approve the statement by initialing it and marking the checkbox To make these Real Estate Powers Non-Durable (so they terminate upon the incapacitation of the Principal), the Principal should initial the blank line and mark the checkbox for Statement “b.” If the Principal intends this appointment to remain in Effect until he or she dies or revokes it, then Statement “c” should be selected through the Principal Act of initialing the blank space and marking the check box 

5 – A Validating Signature From The Principal Must Be Supplied For Execution

The execution of this paperwork will be dependent upon the Principal’s Signature. He or she must execute this designation of Real Estate Authority through a Dated Signature that has been both Witnessed and Notarized.

The closing statement in “Article VI. Revocation” will serve as a method for delivering the Principal’s Signature Date. The Principal should use the three empty spaces after the words “…I Have Executed This Instrument This” to document the Calendar Day, Month, and Year when he or she is signing this designation form The blank line “Principal’s Signature” must be signed by the Principal. Below this, he or she should present his or her Printed Name  The Attorney-in-Fact or Agent will also have to sign and print his or her Name. These tasks should be performed on the blank lines “Agent’s Signature” and “Print Name”

As mentioned earlier, two Witnesses and a Notary Public must observe the above Act of Principal Signing. Present the Printed Name of one unique Witness on the first blank line in the “Affirmation By Witness 1” and “Affirmation By Witness 2” statements. The Witnesses must locate the paragraph with their Name then personally Sign and Print his or her Name in the area under his or her respective Witness Statement The Notary Public will supply the requested items in the “Notary Acknowledgment” section during the notarization process.

The last page will require the declared Real Estate Attorney-in-Fact read the “Acceptance By Agent” statement then, sign and print his or her Name on the “Agent’s Signature” and “Print Name” lines (respectively)