This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Mississippi according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Mississippi, a power of attorney (POA) enables you to appoint someone who can legally make decisions for you in the event that you're no longer able to do so because you are physically or mentally incompetent. The most common POA in Mississippi is a durable power of attorney. However, there are several different power of attorney forms available. It is important that you choose the one that will best meet your needs. You should carefully select your decision maker because they will make decisions related to life support, end of life, and even selling property if it is in your best interest.