Without limiting Section 4521, a person who acts as an attorney-in-fact under a power of attorney governed by this
division is subject to personal jurisdiction in this state with respect to matters
relating to acts and transactions of the attorney-in-fact performed in this state
or affecting property or a principal in this state.
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