This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Michigan according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Michigan, a power of attorney is a legal document. The most common POA in Michigan is a durable power of attorney. The purpose of the document is to help you with advance care planning for your life in the event that you are incapacitated and can no longer make your decisions. You name a decision maker that you trust to make decisions for medical, financial, real estate, and other decisions related to your personal life. A power of attorney should be completed when you are mentally competent so that you understand what you are signing, when the POA will become effective, and whether you are able to revoke it in the future. In Michigan, a power of attorney should also be witnessed and notarized.