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House Roll Call 212 on
2011 Senate Bill 92: Require power of attorney obligations acknowledgement

To require an individual granted a "durable power of attorney" (who can conduct business transactions and make decisions if the principal becomes disabled or incapacitated) to sign a statement acknowledging the obligation to act in the best interest of the principal, keep the principal informed, not co-mingle funds, only use the principal's property and income for the benefit of the principal, keep good records, engage an advisor, attorney, accountant, etc. as needed, and more.

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House Roll Call 212 on 2011 Senate Bill 92

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