Kansas Real Estate ONLY Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas real estate only power of attorney form is a document that allows the Principal (owner/title holder) to delegate powers to oversee the care, management, sale, purchase or refinancing of their real property, to an Agent of the Principal’s choosing These powers would be placed during an absence or illness. The agent will not be able to make decisions with regard to any other aspect of the Principals finances or health care with this document. The principal should take the time to review the document to be certain that they understand the document they shall sign. If it’s unclear, the Principal may wish to consult with an attorney.

This document will require notarization. As well, the Principal may revoke this document as they choose by placing notice into writing and serving it to the Agent;

How to Write

Step 1 – The Parties – Enter:

  • The full name of the Principal
  • Street Address
  • City
  • State
  • State
  • AND
  • Enter the full name of the Agent
  • Street Address
  • City
  • State

Step 2 – Article I. Assignment of Authority – The Principal must enter select one or all of the powers in this section, by checking and initialing their selections as follows:

  • Sale of Real Estate
  • Purchase of Real Estate
  • Management of Real Estate
  • Refinancing

Step 3 – Article III – Term – This section will require the Principal to establish a term of the POA. Select only one:

  • A beginning and termination of powers date
  • The non-durable option – effective immediately only terminating upon incapacitation, death or revocation
  • The durable option will make the commencement date immediate and shall only terminate upon the death of the Principal.

Step 4 – Article VI – Revocation and Signatures- Should the Principal wish to revoke powers, enter the following and sign before a notary

  • Enter a revocation date in dd/mm/yyyy format
  • Principal’s Signature
  • Printed name
  • Agent’s Signature
  • Printed name

Step 5 – Affirmation of Witnesses – Two witness signatures are OPTIONAL – Both witnesses (if any) must read the affirmation(s) and enter the following:

  • Printed Name of each witness (respectively)
  • Witness’ Signature
  • Printed name

Step 6 – Notary Acknowledgement –

As the notary has the opportunity to review the document and witness all signatures, the notary shall then complete all of the state required information, acknowledging the document and affixing the notary seal.