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									NORTH CAROLINA     ) DURABLE POWER
MECKLENBURG COUNTY ) OF ATTORNEY FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


THE LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA SHALL GOVERN THIS AGREEMENT IN

ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 32A OF THE NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL

STATUTES.


PRINCIPAL:


ATTORNEY-IN-FACT:


1. PRINCIPAL AND ATTORNEY-IN-FACT


PRINCIPAL

I, ________________, appoint the person named below as my attorney-in-fact to act for

me in any lawful way with respect to the powers delegated in Part 4, below.


ATTORNEY-IN-FACT



________________________ (Printed name)
                           Notice of Revocation: Unrecorded — Page 1
______________________ Address
______________________
______________________
______________________ Telephone

SUCCESSOR ATTORNEY-IN-FACT
I name the following person to act as my attorney-in-fact if the named attorney-in-fact
dies, resigns, or is otherwise unable to serve (Separation or Divorce).

______________________ (Printed name)
______________________ Address
______________________
______________________
______________________ Telephone


SECOND SUCCESSOR ATTORNEY-IN-FACT
I name the following person to act as my attorney-in-fact if the named attorney-in-fact

and first successor attorney-in-fact both die, resign or are otherwise unable to serve.

______________________ (Printed name)
______________________ Address
______________________
______________________
______________________ Telephone


2. DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

My attorney-in-fact may not delegate any authority granted under this durable power of

attorney.


3. EFFECTIVE DATE

This power of attorney is effective immediately, and shall continue in effect if I become

incapacitated or disabled.


4. POWERS OF ATTORNEY-IN-FACT

I grant my attorney-in-fact power to act on my behalf in the following matters, as

indicated by my initials next to each granted power.




                             Notice of Revocation: Unrecorded — Page 2
INITIALS

X_______          (1) Tangible personal property transactions.


X_______          (2) Estate, trust, and other beneficiary transactions.


X_______          (3) Legal actions.


X_______          (4) Personal and family care.


X_______          (5) Government benefits.

X_______          (6) Retirement plan transactions.


X_______          (7) Tax matters.


These powers are defined in Part 13, below.


5. WAIVER OF ATTORNEY-IN-FACT'S DUTY TO FILE AND RENDER

ACCOUNTS
I waive the requirement, set out in North Carolina Gen. Stat. § 32A-11, that my attorney-

in-fact file this power of attorney with the clerk of the superior court and render

inventories and accounts, after my incapacity or mental incompetence, to the clerk of the
superior court.


6. COMPENSATION AND REIMBURSEMENT OF ATTORNEY-IN-FACT

My attorney-in-fact shall NOT be compensated for services, but shall be entitled to

reimbursement, from my assets, for reasonable expenses. Reasonable expenses include

but are not limited to reasonable fees for information or advice from accountants, lawyers

or investment experts relating to my attorney-in-fact's responsibilities under this power of

attorney.




                               Notice of Revocation: Unrecorded — Page 3
7. PERSONAL BENEFIT TO ATTORNEY-IN-FACT

My attorney-in-fac
								
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