Florida Power of Attorney Good Faith Acceptance 2 of 5

Without limiting what constitutes good faith, a third person does not accept a power of attorney in good faith if the third person has notice that: 1. The power of attorney is void, invalid, or terminated; or 2. The purported agent’s authority is void, invalid,...

Florida Power of Attorney Good Faith Acceptance 1 of 5

A third person who in good faith accepts a power of attorney that appears to be executed in the manner required by law at the time of its execution may rely upon the power of attorney and the actions of the agent which are reasonably within the scope of the agent’s...