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The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) will accept the use of Remote Online Notarization (RON) and electronic signatures on FLHSMV forms. The RON must comply with Florida law and the electronic signature must be agreed to by both parties and be obtained in a digitally secure manner.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) will accept the use of Remote Online Notarization (RON) and electronic signatures on FLHSMV forms.
A power of attorney must be signed by the principal, by two witnesses to the principal's signature, and a notary must acknowledge the principal's signature for the power of attorney to be properly executed and valid under Florida law.
The DHSMV form 82053, Power of Attorney for a Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home or Vessel, was revised 07/10. The newly revised power of attorney no longer requires notarization. Please make sure that the customer is signing their name and printing their name as well.
A Power of Attorney, like a Trust, does not need to be registered or recorded in the public records in order to be effective. It does have to be in writing, signed, witnessed and notarized.
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The DHSMV form 82053, Power of Attorney for a Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home or Vessel, was revised 07/10. The newly revised power of attorney no longer requires notarization. Please make sure that the customer is signing their name and printing their name as well.
Form HSMV 82053 Instructions Write down the date of signing the form. State the full name of the individual appointed to be the attorney-in-fact. ... Describe your item. ... Confirm you have read the document and that the statements in the form are true.
If you want to transfer your vehicle or property title using an agent acting under authority of a power of attorney (POA), obtain a POA form. Fill it out, naming your agent and signing the POA as required in your state, and then let your agent do the rest.
A Florida motor vehicle power of attorney permits the titleholder of a vehicle in Florida to appoint a trusted individual to represent the owner in all matters involving his or her vehicle or motorhome or vessel with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
In accordance with Chapter 709, Florida Statutes, this form must be signed by the principal (the IRP registrant/ IFTA licensee) in the presence of two witnesses and before a notary public.