New York Power of Attorney Statutes

New York: Laws of New York State, General Obligation Law, Article 5, Title 15, Sections 5-1501 through 5-1506.

Section 5-1501 contains the official New York Statutory Short Form of Power of Attorney, which New Yorkers can rely upon as being legal.

Sections 5-1502A through 5-1502O state rules for construction of powers of attorney in New York, Sections 5-1503 and 5-1504 relate to modifications and acceptance of the statutory short form of power of attorney, Section 5-1505 provides the requirements for a Durable Power of Attorney in New York, and Section 5-1506 governs Springing Powers of Attorney in New York.

These laws can be accessed by clicking the link below for “more details,” and then clicking on “GOB” for General Obligations Law, and “Title 15” (under Article 5).

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