This Lease Agreement is legally binding in North Carolina according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In North Carolina, a power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to make decisions regarding your future care, personal property, and finances in the event that you later are unable to make your own decisions. Power of attorney forms are generally thought of as estate planning and long-term care planning documents. They are also commonly used by active duty military who are going overseas so that someone can pay their bills and take care of other matters on their behalf in the United States. With a North Carolina POA, you appoint a third-party to take care of your personal property and finances as well as make decisions in your best interest regarding life support and hospice. Because a power of attorney is a legal document you are authorizing someone to do these things on your behalf. Many power of attorney forms will be in effect as soon as you sign them. Others are placed into effect if a certain event takes place. There are some POAs that can be revoked and there are some that are not. Make sure that you understand what you are signing before you sign it.