Durable Power of Attorney _California by bobzepfel


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									                              DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY

        This is a DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY under Articles 3 and 4, beginning with
Section 2400, of Chapter 2 of Title IX of Part Four of Division III of the Civil Code of the State
of California (herein “California Civil Code”).

                                            ARTICLE I


         1.1   Execution Date. The execution date of this power is:                          .

        1.2     Principal. The name and address of the principal of this Durable Power of
Attorney are                                                        The first person pronouns,
“I,” and its variations, “ME,” “MINE,” and “MYSELF,” refer to the PRINCIPAL.

         1.3   Attorney in Fact. The name and address of the Attorney in Fact are
                                                                                  . The
second person pronoun, “YOU,” and its variations, “YOUR,” and “YOURSELF,” refer to the
ATTORNEY IN FACT and any substitute Attorney in Fact.

       When you, as my Attorney in Fact, sign on my behalf under the powers I give you in this
instrument, you shall use the following form as authorized in California Civil Code Section

               “                              , by                           , his Attorney in

        1.4     Cancellation of Part. If, BEFORE I SIGN THIS INSTRUMENT, I cross out or
write through any part of this instrument, and I put my initials opposite the cancelled part, then I
eliminate that part from the powers I give you in this instrument.

       1.5      Commencement and Duration of Authority. Your rights, powers and authorities
AFFECTED BY MY SUBSEQUENT INCAPACITY. Such rights, powers and authorities shall
remain in full force and effect until revoked by written notice from me.

                                           ARTICLE II


        2.1     Grant of General Powers. I, as Principal, hereby give to you, subject to Section
1.4, as my Attorney in Fact, full power and authority to perform for me and in my name, place
and stead, and for my use and benefit, all acts that may be necessary and proper to be done as
fully as I could do if personally present, excluding those acts listed in Article III, and any acts
relating to my personal medical care (for which I have executed or intend to execute a separate
Durable Power of Attorney), and including but not limited to, the following:


        2.2    To exercise, do or perform any act, right, power, duty or obligation whatsoever
that I now have or may acquire the legal right, power or capacity to exercise, do or perform in
connection with, arising out of or relating to any person, item, thing, transaction or property
(whether real or personal, tangible or intangible), or matter whatsoever.

        2.3     To ask, claim, demand, sue for, recover, collect, receive and hold and possess all
such sums of money, debts, dues, bonds, notes, checks, drafts, accounts, deposits, legacies,
bequests, devises, interests, dividends, stock certificates, certificates of deposit, annuities,
pension and retirement benefits, insurance benefits and proceeds, documents of title, chooses in
action, personal and real property, intangible and tangible property and property rights, and
demands whatsoever, liquidated or unliquidated, as are now, or shall hereafter become, due,
owing, payable, owned or belonging to me or in which I have or may acquire an interest, and to
have, use and take all lawful ways and means and legal and equitable remedies, procedures and
writs in my name for the collection and recovery thereof, and to adjust, compromise, settle and
agree for the same, and to make, execute and deliver for me and in my name all endorsements,
acquittances, releases, receipts or other sufficient discharges for the same.

        2.4     To lease, 
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