we are selling a piece of commercial real estate one of the sellers cannot attend settlement how can i as the other owner act on her behalf at settlement
3 Answers from Attorneys
Check with the title insurance company to make sure you meet their requirements.
THIS RESPONSE IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE, SINCE I DO NOT HAVE ALL OF THE INFORMATION THAT WOULD BE REQUIRED, AND I DO NOT HAVE A REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT WITH YOU.
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Miriam is being legitmately cautious, as some title companies might not allow documents to be signed using a POA, although a POA is the correct way to go.
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