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Nevada power of attorney requirements

Under Nevada law, powers of attorney come in two forms. The first are called conventional powers of attorney, the second, durable powers of attorney. Which form is best will depend on the grantor's desires and circumstances. A power of attorney is a form of legal permission allowing another to act on a person's behalf. The person who holds the power of attorney is known as the attorney in fact. He or she must have reached the age of majority, as managing contractual obligations and entering into contracts are among the duties performed by attorneys in fact. The person chosen may, but need not, be a relative and he or she must agree to the task.

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