A Montana Power of Attorney is a legal document that grants an individual the authority to make critical decisions for another person. The person who gives this power is known as the “principal,” while the person chosen to make decisions is called the “agent.” It is important to note that the specifics of a Montana power of attorney may vary depending on the situation and the principal’s wishes.
Laws & Requirements
Signing Requirements § 72-31-305: Notary public.
Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form MV65)
Allows you to appoint someone to make decisions concerning your motor vehicle.
Signing Requirements: Notary public.