This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Delaware according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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The purpose of a Delaware power of attorney is to name a third party to both enforce your medical wishes as well as to make decisions in your best interest as related to your personal possessions and finances. A power of attorney document is legally binding. In Delaware, the person named to make decisions for you is known as your attorney in fact. Some Delaware POAs are revokable and some are not. It is important that you understand what you are signing and whether it is revokable as well as when the POA will go into effect. Although your attorney in fact has a fiduciary obligation to you, it is important that you only entrust this responsibility to someone that you know will honor your wishes and decisions. Regardless of the type of POA that you execute in Delaware, make sure that you have it signed by the proper witnesses and that it is notarized.