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Power of Attorney

Bank Pays Price for Refusing to Honor Request Made Under a Power of Attorney


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A durable power of attorney (POA) allows the person creating the POA, called the “principal,” to name a trusted agent who can act on his behalf in almost any situation. But because of the risk of abuse, many banks will…