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Virginia Code Title 26 > Chapter 7 - Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Virginia Code > Title 26 > Chapter 7 - Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Current as of: 2011
§ 26-72Short title.
§ 26-73Definitions.
§ 26-74Applicability.
§ 26-75Power of attorney is durable.
§ 26-76Execution of power of attorney.
§ 26-77Validity of power of attorney.
§ 26-78Meaning and effect of power of attorney.
§ 26-79Nomination of conservator or guardian; relation of agent to court-appointed fiduciary.
§ 26-80When power of attorney effective.
§ 26-81Termination of power of attorney or agent's authority.
§ 26-82Coagents and successor agents.
§ 26-83Reimbursement and compensation of agent.
§ 26-84Agent's acceptance.
§ 26-85Agent's duties.
§ 26-86Exoneration of agent.
§ 26-87Judicial relief.
§ 26-88Agent's liability.
§ 26-89Agent's resignation; notice.
§ 26-90Acceptance of and reliance upon acknowledged power of attorney.
§ 26-91Liability for refusal to accept acknowledged power of attorney.
§ 26-92Principles of law and equity.
§ 26-93Laws applicable to financial institutions and entities.
§ 26-94Remedies under other law.
§ 26-95Authority that requires specific grant; grant of general authority.
§ 26-96Incorporation of authority.
§ 26-97Construction of authority generally.
§ 26-98Real property.
§ 26-99Tangible personal property.
§ 26-100Stocks and bonds.
§ 26-101Commodities and options.
§ 26-102Banks and other financial institutions.
§ 26-103Operation of entity or business.
§ 26-104Insurance and annuities.
§ 26-105Estates, trusts, and other beneficial interests.
§ 26-106Claims and litigation.
§ 26-107Personal and family maintenance.
§ 26-108Benefits from governmental programs or civil or military service.
§ 26-109Retirement plans.
§ 26-110Taxes.
§ 26-111Gifts.
§ 26-113Agent's certification.
§ 26-114Uniformity of application and construction.
§ 26-115Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
§ 26-116Effect on existing powers of attorney.


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