Legal definition of capacity
Power Of Attorney Legal Terminology

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'Capacity' means ability to comprehend the nature and consequences of the act of executing and granting, revoking, amending or modifying a power of attorney, any provision in a power of attorney, or the authority of any person to act as agent under a power of attorney.
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Lexology (registration)On January 1, 2017, the South Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act (the “Act”, codified as S.C. Code Ann. 62-8-101 through 62-8-403) replaced the South Carolina Code's former power of attorney provisions located in Sections 62-5-501 through 62-5-505. more »
Durant Daily DemocratA Durable Power of Attorney remains in effect even if you are later unable to make decisions regarding your financial affairs due to illness or an inability to communicate. For example, say you go away on a trip and sign a Durable Power of Attorney ... more »
Lakenewsonline.comWilliam Van Note's signatures were described as displaying similar habits, written “smoothly” and rapidly,” while the two signatures on the Durable Power of Attorney document were written “slowly” and “deliberately,” Lock testified. The two signatures ... more »
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