New York Consolidated Laws, General Obligations Law - GOB § 5-1512. Powers of attorney executed in other jurisdictions




Notwithstanding the provisions of section 5-1501B of this title, a power of attorney executed in another state or jurisdiction in compliance with the law of that state or jurisdiction or the law of this state is valid in this state, regardless of whether the principal is a domiciliary of this state.  A power of attorney that complies with section 5-1501B of this title and is executed in another state or jurisdiction by a domiciliary of this state is valid in this state.  A power of attorney executed in this state by a domiciliary of another state or jurisdiction in compliance with the law of that state or jurisdiction or the law of this state is valid in this state.





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