This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Vermont according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Vermont, a power of attorney form enables you to put your wishes in writing and appoint a personal representative who will be given the legal authority to make decisions your behalf. If you are unable to speak for yourself for any reason, your personal representative will explain your written wishes and make other decisions in your best interest as needed for medical care, hospice, selling property, and your finances. In Vermont, a POA is a legally binding document. Not all POAs can be revoked so make sure that you choose the one that is best for your needs. The most commonly used power of attorney forms in Vermont are the durable power of attorney form and the general power of attorney.