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Indiana Power of Attorney Forms (10 Types)

An Indiana power of attorney legally allows an individual to select an agent to represent their affairs related to finances, health care, minor children, and any custom arrangement. The only qualification for the agent is to be an individual older than 18 years of age and recommended someone that can be trusted by the person delegating…

Indiana Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Indiana bill of sale forms are legal documents used between a seller and a buyer to provide evidence of a sale that has occurred. These forms can also prove a change of ownership and sometimes require notarization. Forms (4) Vehicle Bill of Sale (Form 44237) – Transfers the ownership of an automobile. Download: Adobe PDF…

Indiana Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

An Indiana lease agreement is a contract between a landlord and tenant for the renting of commercial or residential property. The tenant will view the property and, if interested, will negotiate with the landlord. After a deal has been reached, the landlord will verify the tenant’s credit and income. Once approved, the landlord will devise…

Indiana Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

An Indiana eviction notice is a document that allows a landlord to notify their tenant that they have committed a lease violation. The notice to quit includes both a description of the offense and the time required to fix the issue. Most violations are because of late rent but can be for any type of…

Indiana Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana real estate power of attorney authorizes an agent to perform limited duties regarding management, sales, closings, or refinancing of the principal individual’s real property. The principal must carefully supply, review, and agree to all of the information that has been provided. After the principal and witnesses (if any) have signed the document, the…

Indiana Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form 01940)

An Indiana motor vehicle power of attorney (Form 01940) is a form whereby an owner of a motor vehicle or watercraft can designate a person to represent him or her with the registration and titling matters of a vehicle owner’s vehicle in front of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. This is a type of limited…

Indiana Tax Power of Attorney (Form 49357)

An Indiana tax power of attorney (Form 49357), otherwise known as Indiana Department of Revenue Power of Attorney, is a type of hardcopy appointment that allows a person to delegate to another person the handling of your tax matters with the Department of Revenue. This form, when properly executed will allow your representative to make…

Indiana Power of Attorney Revocation Form

An Indiana power of attorney revocation is used when someone desires to terminate any type of power of attorney they previously executed. In addition to executing a revocation, the principal must alert their agent and any institution that may rely on the POA of the revocation. Otherwise, they are not liable for continuing to rely…

Indiana Power of Attorney For Minor Child Form

An Indiana power of attorney for minor child is a document that allows one person to appoint another to make medical and educational decisions on behalf of their children for up to twelve (12) months. If someone plans to be away for an extended time or they anticipate a long recuperation from an illness and…

Indiana General (Financial) Power of Attorney

An Indiana general power of attorney delivers one person’s authority to another entity (such as a relative or trusted friend) intended to represent the issuer in financial transactions or generally manage their affairs. The user of this template will have to take care when filling it out so a proper definition of how this agent…