This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Florida according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Florida power of attorney is an estate planning document. In the event that you become incapacitated, a third party, known in your POA as your attorney in fact, will make decisions for you that are in your best interest. There are several types of POAs in Florida including a limited power of attorney and a general power of attorney. Because it is a legal document, it is important that you appoint someone who is capable of enforcing your wishes and who can live up to the fiduciary requirements set forth by Florida state law. To execute your Florida power of attorney, it must be witnessed and signed in front of a notary public.