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Re: caveat: POA
Posted by LisaKT/CA of CA on 7/12/19 2:01am Msg #608348
Most docs, whether POA or not, are specific to the receiving agency's legal dept. However, that's not the point of the OP. Is it UPL to suggest where callers can obtain forms? NO
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 Delicate line of UPL - ChattNotary on 7/11/19 10:36am
 Re: Delicate line of UPL -  VT_Syrup on 7/11/19 10:52am
 Question along same lines--do you comment that - Lee/AR on 7/11/19 12:29pm
 I do the same thing you mentioned. Most people I've -  MW/VA on 7/11/19 1:07pm
 Re: Limited, General, Medical POAs - Carolyn Bodley on 7/11/19 2:23pm
 Bumping Into Walls - People are missing the point. -  Scriba/NM on 7/11/19 5:40pm
 excellent Scriba n/m - sigtogo/OR on 7/11/19 10:42pm
 Agree. Great advice from Scriba/NM! n/m -  JanetK_CA on 7/12/19 12:42pm
 Re: Delicate line of UPL - LisaKT/CA on 7/11/19 9:48pm
 caveat: POA's are often specific to receiving organization - sigtogo/OR on 7/11/19 10:47pm
 Re: caveat: POA - LisaKT/CA on 7/12/19 2:01am
 LawHelp.org (TexasLawHelp.org specifically) - Moneyman/TX on 7/12/19 6:26am
 Sorry, comptuter operator error full reply next one n/m - Moneyman/TX on 7/12/19 6:33am
 Re: LawHelp.org (TexasLawHelp.org specifically) -  KimmyMD on 7/16/19 6:46am
 LawHelp.org (TexasLawHelp.org specifically) - Moneyman/TX on 7/12/19 6:32am



 
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