Poa, using it to benefit yourself

can someone with a POA transfer the person's vehicle into their own name using the POA

Asked 11 months ago in Cumberland, British Columbia
Categories: Wills, Estates, Trusts

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Shira Kalfa

Answer by Shira Kalfa

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Yes, provided they have a Power of Attorney for Property and the POA has been triggered, then this permits the attorney to do anything that the individual can do themselves, except for create or change their Will.

Posted 11 months ago

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