Poa

my moms bank accidentally stamped my original POA, is it still legal


Asked about 1 month ago in Edmonton, Alberta
Categories: Wills, Estates, Trusts

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Shira Kalfa

Answer by Shira Kalfa

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No, the stamp does not invalidate the original Power of Attorney. If you are concerned about it or if any institution presents this as problematic you can attend before a notary public who can notarize the original POA which should render it absolutely official by any legal standards.

Posted 10 days ago

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