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Updated June 02, 2022

A New Jersey real estate power of attorney form allows a principal to select an agent to take responsibility for the sale, rental, management, or refinancing of a property. This particular document does allow the agent to assume full power unless and until the principal chooses to revoke the document in writing. This document requires an acknowledgment from a state-authorized notary public.


Statutes Revised Durable Power of Attorney Act (§§ 2B-8.1 — 2B-19)

Signing Requirements ( N.J.S.A. 46:14-2.1 ; N.J.S.A. 46:2B-8.9 ) – Notary Public.

How to Write

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Step 1 – Principal’s Selection of an Agent –

  • At the top of the document, enter the Principal’s full name
  • Provide the Principal’s mailing address
  • AND
  • The Principal must enter the full name of their elected Agent
  • Provide the complete mailing address of the selected Agent

Step 2 –  Grant of Authority –

  • The Principal must read and agree to all of the statements in this section (A through F)

Step 3 –  Takes Effect Regardless of Disability –

  • The Principal must review and agree to this statement prior to providing witnessed signatures

Step 4 –  Signatures – All parties must receive a copy of the document after the notary has acknowledged the document. Provide the following:

  • The notary must review and acknowledge the document by completing the document and applying the state seal
  • Record and return to the Principal