Mississippi Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

The Mississippi real estate power of attorney is a document that is used to allow another entity or individual to handle the management of real estate on behalf of a principal. When completed, this document grants full power to the Agent (or Attorney-in-Fact) to sell and convey the Principal’s real property. In the State of Mississippi, it is necessary that this document be signed by the Principal, the Agent, and two (2) adult witnesses who were present during the completion of the document. It should be noted that a real estate power of attorney does not in any way permit the Attorney-in-Fact to make decisions regarding the Principal’s healthcare, finances, or property outside of real estate.

Laws – § 87-3-9

How to Write

Step 1 – Principal must download the document

Step 2 – Principal must supply the following information:

  • Name
  • County
  • Name of Attorney-in-Fact
  • Address of Real Estate
  • City
  • Coutny

Step 3 – Signatures – The following must be included following the initial pargraph:

  • Date of signing
  • Principal’s Signature
  • Attorney-in-Fact’s Signature
  • Witness #1 Signature
  • Witness #2 Signature