Do powers of attorney need to be notarized in Michigan?
(2) Subject to section 1202, a durable power of attorney under this section must be dated and signed voluntarily by the principal or signed by a notary public on the principal’s behalf under section 33 of the Michigan law on notarial acts, 2003 PA 238, MCL 55.293.
Does Michigan require an attorney for real estate closing?
In Michigan, a buyer and seller are not required to hire a real estate attorney. However, many people hire real estate attorneys to answer questions and ensure that the transaction goes smoothly.
What are the 3 types of power of attorney?
- General Power of Attorney.
- Durable Power of Attorney.
- Special or Limited Power of Attorney.
- Springing Durable Power of Attorney.