Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

The Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney allows a motor vehicle owner to hand over the following vehicle administration tasks to another party to attend to on their behalf:

  • Duplicate and transfer of title,
  • Noting of lien,
  • Application for title and registration,
  • Request for verification of vehicle ownership, and
  • Any other motor vehicle related tasks that the owner specifies.

The other party, called their Attorney-in-Fact, will in turn also be granted the authority to sign their name on any documentation pertaining to such tasks.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 5601(b)) – There are no signing requirements specified for a Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney to be considered legally valid. However, it is recommended that a Notary Public notorizes the form.