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Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms (10 Types)

A Connecticut power of attorney legally allows a person to specify another person to act as an agent in carrying out specified business. These forms are often used in situations where the person appointing the agent (the “principal”) anticipates being unavailable either physically or mentally and wants to make sure that he or she has…

Connecticut Bill of Sale Forms (3)

Connecticut bill of sale forms are legal documents that prove the purchase, trade, or transference of personal property. It must include information about the parties involved, the purchase price, and be signed by the seller. The bill of sale must be kept by the buyer to register with the DMV (for vehicle transfers). Forms (3)…

Connecticut Lease Agreements (7) | Residential & Commercial

A Connecticut lease agreement is a legal contract written between an owner or agent and a tenant for a rental property. The tenant agrees to use the premises, either for residential or commercial purposes, for an agreed-upon length of time in exchange for a monthly payment to the landlord. Both parties are bound to the…

Connecticut Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A Connecticut eviction notice is a letter used by landlords to inform a tenant they have breached their rental contract. The notice will include a description of how the tenant violated the lease and the number (#) of days to remedy. At the end of the period, the landlord will have the right to evict…

Connecticut Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Connecticut real estate power of attorney provides permission to a real estate attorney to oversee the sale and closing of their client’s real property. The Principal who issues this paperwork may also use the document when electing another individual or an agent of their choice to conduct any of their real estate business on…

Connecticut Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Connecticut limited power of attorney is a legal document that bestows certain powers on the principal’s friend or relative that they trust to act on their behalf in a specific situation. This type of paperwork will have to be supplied with some information, signed by the issuer, then notarized at the time of signing….

Connecticut Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A Connecticut revocation of power of attorney cancels a power of attorney if the principal does not want it to be used anymore. This form can be used for any type of power of attorney, but it is vitally important the principal let their agent (and any other relevant entities) know that may have been…

Connecticut Parental (Minor Children) Power of Attorney Form

A Connecticut parental (minor children) power of attorney gives an individual the right and powers to act as a child’s guardian in places of their actual legal parent or guardian. Once it is completed, this form allows the appointed person to act on behalf of the issuing parent, in matters relating to the children. This…

Connecticut Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Connecticut medical power of attorney, or ‘Appointment of Health Care Representative’, gives an agent the ability to make health care decisions should the principal become unable to do so due to trauma, unconsciousness, or some other condition that prevents the communication of health care wishes. This document is legal under state laws and it…

Connecticut Tax Power of Attorney Form (LGL-001)

A Connecticut tax power of attorney (LGL-001) designates an agent to represent the principal in front of the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services. The agent, usually a trusted accountant or tax advisor, can file returns, obtain information, or ask the agency representatives for answers on behalf of the principal. This is useful when the principal…