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POA

A legal document by which a person identifies someone to make financial decisions if he or she is unable to perform this task independently.
See: power of attorney, durable, for health care
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Part of the Ministry of Justice's plan for the digital transformation of notarization, the fast-track scheme will enable a PoA (a written authorization to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or other legal matter) to be issued through Saudi missions around the world.
A simple way to protect against situations like these is to set up a business PoA. It's similar to a 'personal' PoA in that you authorise a chosen person to make decisions on your behalf, but it applies to the business only.
The person who creates a POA is known as the principal.
Among other less common situations, there are situations that arise in which the POA granted to an attorney is mutually or automatically terminated and others in which the principal dismisses the attorney and wishes to revoke the POA.
The FTB will replace its current version of Form 3520, Power of Attorney Declaration, with two new POA forms and adding a new POA revocation form:
Bring a copy of the POA plus the passport and visa page of the legal representative.
Geograficamente, Puente de Piedra se ubica dentro del macizo del volcan Poas, sin embargo los productos volcanicos que se encuentran en la zona podrian estar tambien relacionados con el volcan Barva.
In addition, many states have their own version of a power of attorney (POA) form, and practitioners should be aware of these when dealing with state revenue departments.
De acuerdo con estos autores, la falla se extiende alrededor de 25 km con un rumbo NW, al este la falla tiene un trazo incierto y pierde continuidad al acercarse a la falla Alajuela, pero alcanza a atravesar el canton de Poas.
709--the chapter governing POAs. (3) The revised chapter is divided into two parts.
POAS said that it represents some 20% of all workers in public organisations, including EAC, the Ports Authority, water boards and Cyta through PASE-ATHK.