Kansas Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form

The buying, selling, and general management of real estate can all be time-consuming processes. For this reason, many individuals choose to enact a Kansas Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney to put in writing their decision for another party (their Agent) to manage their real estate affairs for them. In addition to time considerations, this arrangement may prove to be financially beneficial for the individual if their chosen Agent executes their tasks with expertise and efficiency.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers and Letters of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 58-629§ 58-652) – As per state laws, the Principal’s signature on a Kansas Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney form must be witnessed by two (2) witnesses and acknowledged by a Notary Public.