Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Connecticut

i was renting from a person who claims there r the landlord but come to find oclaut there r n ot its supposely a grandfather in PR n the home is foreclosure now she claiming p.o.a i had a officer make a report that says the report look faked or forged and it is not notarized is an p.o.a legal without it being notarized

Asked on 9/18/13, 6:17 pm

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John Heffernan Heffernan Legal Group, LLP
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A Power of Attorney is not effective unless it is notarized or acknowledged by a Commissioner of the Superior Court.

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Answered on 9/19/13, 7:05 am

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