House Public Record

"I can ask my father POA Courthouse? Is it public record?

A power of attorney is almost never a public record, or even in court. POA would only be a part of the court record whether there is a legal process which is a problem. For example, if there was a procedure by which his father said incompetent, the POA could be there. Otherwise, it is a private document (as a will) not be present unless Theera is a legal proceeding. Remember, POA can be changed at almost any time, so to present the document to the palace of justice would result in large file space requirements, because many changes. In addition, it could lead to an "old" to be invoked by someone, when he has been replaced. It is unclear why you are asking so I'm not sure how I can best answer the question. Good luck.

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