AN ACT TO ADOPT THE UNIFORM POWER OF ATTORNEY ACT IN THIS STATE.
Senate amendment #2 makes the following change to the 2nd edition, as amended:
Clarifies that the statutory form power of attorney in GS 32C-3-301 is not the exclusive method to grant a power of attorney.
Amends the statutory form power of attorney to account for optional additional provisions and exclusions.
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