(a) An attorney in fact must hold a certificate of authority issued by the department
under Sections 801.001, 801.002, 801.051-801.055, 801.057, 801.101, and 801.102. A certificate of authority obtained in accordance with this section authorizes the
attorney in fact named in the certificate to exercise all powers and perform all duties
of an attorney in fact.
(b) A corporation required to obtain a certificate of authority from the department
under this section is not considered to be engaging in business in this state within
the meaning of any law applying to foreign corporations.
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