Nevada Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form

The Nevada Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney is a legal document that can address as many or as little real estate affairs as the person who executes it—the Principal—wants to delegate to another party—their Agent. As detailed by NRS 162A.480, a Principal may lawfully request their Agent to accomplish tasks such as selling, developing, leasing, subleasing a property. They may even request that they apply for zoning or other governmental permits. So long as the actions comply with state laws, there are no limits to what the Principal may request of the Agent.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Power of Attorney For Financial Matters and Durable Power of Attorney For Health Care Decisions

Signing Requirements (NRS 162A.220) – For a POA to be effective in the state of Nevada, the Principal must sign it before a Notary Public (or another individual who is authorized to take acknowledgements). Another individual can lawfully sign the Principal’s name in their conscious presence, as long as the Principal has directed them to do so.