Representation Agreements and Powers of Attorney – Part 1 of 3 #318

Legally Speaking

By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. If a licensee is asked by a third party to list a property, the first response would be to ask to see that person’s authority to act on behalf of the owner. Before the proclamation of the Representation Agreement Act on February 28, 2000, the licensee could have received proof of that person’s

Representation Agreements and Powers of Attorney – Part 2 of 3 #319

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By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. A representation agreement (RA) will be the principal document used to appoint someone you trust to make your medical, personal care, financial and legal decisions. There are two types of RAs. The first is a simple representation agreement (SRA) which gives the representative the authority to make routine legal and financial

Representation Agreements and Powers of Attorney – Part 3 of 3 #320

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By Gerry NeelyB.A. LL.B. The contents of the representation agreement are yours to decide. With respect to personal, medical and health care decisions, speak to your family, friends and medical professionals. It is particularly important that you speak with your doctor if you have a chronic medical problem. State whether and under what circumstances you