Oklahoma Statutory Power of Attorney Law
Power of Attorney and Health Care – General – Oklahoma
The purposes of the “Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney Act” are to simplify the creation of a power of attorney. And, when a form substantially similar to the statutory form used, to assure third parties that they may rely in good faith on the acts of the agent within the scope of the power of attorney.
Use of the statutory form is not required.
A statutory power of attorney is legally sufficient if the wording complies substantially with the statute, it is properly completed, and the signature of the principal is acknowledged.
The power of attorney must be signed and acknowledged before a notarial officer.
The power of attorney may be revoked at any time and must be in writing. A copy of the revocation should also be given to the attorney-in-fact/agent.
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