This Lease Agreement is legally binding in New York according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In New York, a power of attorney is a legally binding document that helps you with care planning. Using your power of attorney, you can make decisions in advance of becoming incompetent. You name a third-party who has the job of letting your wishes be known and making other decisions in your best interest. Your representative would be legally authorized to sell real estate, handle your finances, and even make medical, end of life, or hospice or palliative care decisions on your behalf. The most commonly used power of attorney in New York is a durable power of attorney. There are many types of POA forms so you should make sure that you use one that best suits your needs. When you sign it, it should be done in front of a notary public.